"Ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks."
It's been two months since Beyonce's "visual album" Lemonade debuted on HBO, and the music world is still reeling from one of the most artfully provocative surprise releases from a major artist in recent memory.
And of course, the celebrity gossip world is still buzzing from the incendiary lyrics of Bey's searing torch songs.
In case you somehow missed it, Beyonce seemed to accuse Jay Z of infidelity in a series of tracks every bit as scathing as any lines the hip hop pioneer spit at former rival Nas during the height of their feud.
The allegations led to countless rumors about the trouble in paradise for the Carters.
And the speculation about the identity of Becky With the Good Hair continues all these weeks later:
Despite the title, "Sorry" is not Beyonce's musical apology to her husband.
(Nor is it a cover of a Justin Bieber song.)
In fact it's quite the opposite - a scathing takedown of an unfaithful spouse that opens with a haunting bit of spoken word poetry about being "killed" by infidelity.
The clip below - one of the most talked-about in the days that followed the debut of Lemonade - features a cameo from tennis great Serena Williams, who does some somber twerking next to Queen Bey's throne.
It's possible there was no such thing as somber twerking before Serena broke new ground in the world of booty shaking.
Lemonade has sold 1.6 million copies since it dropped on April 23.
Bey's latest world tour is in full swing, and the music video for "Formation" has been viewed nearly 50 million times on YouTube.
Sorry, Jay, but it looks like you're gonna be hearing these lyrics for a while.