KATE Bush been forced to deny that one of her biggest hits is about the advantages of a one-party, fascist state.
Bush insisted Hounds of Love was not about a glorious military government with an aggressively expansionist foreign policy.
The singer added: “I don’t really know what it’s about. Some big dogs, I suppose.
“Understandably, people do get confused because songs like Wuthering Heights and Running Up That Hill are obviously about abolishing press freedom and reinstating traditional gender roles by force. But I like to explore different concepts.”
Meanwhile, Bush’s fans stressed they would continue to support whatever political ideology she told them to.
Fan Joseph Turner said: “Babooshka, Babooshka, Babooshka, ya-ya.”