Well, that was quick. Remember the Vanity Fair poll earlier this month that favored Bruce Springsteen to write a new U.S. national anthem? Well, Lana Del Rey has come through. The singer’s nearly eight-minute video for “National Anthem,” released today, is quickly trending on Twitter.

In the retro-flavored video, Del Rey, 26, evokes both Marilyn Monroe and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, while rapper A$AP stands in for President John F. Kennedy. Director Anthony Mandler presents us with a faithful Zapruder-style recreation of Kennedy’s assassination. MTV says that the video is “loaded with both social and political commentary.”

But what does it all mean?

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Some fans have found themselves literally overwhelmed by the clip.

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Others see an ominous fin in the water near John and Jackie’s Hyannis Port speedboat.