Answer: I don’t know whether it is possible to talk about popular ideology, as the popular does not often structure ideas in abstract ways. Perhaps popular custom, way of thinking, tradition or even something more accurate that doesn’t come to my mind now. And then, she’s very popular and probably quite anti aristocratic. « Ca ira » is almost asking for a new guillotine session without too much of a pity. Often, she leans on popular stories that may even involve ghosts « Le prisonier de Nantes » or the one where she’s sleeping in some castle and a ghost appears ‘minuit sonne …’. She reproduces even more often in popular environment happening more or less tragical love affairs « Le bal », and touches to popular currents wanting to touch surrealism in for example « Le piano est mort ».
Most of the texts she sings in her songs are of traditional popular rhythm and structure, which may imply severe touches of popular poetry (« Non, rien de rien », « Plus bleu que le bleu de tes yeux », etc.) and enter even the realm of prostitution (« Milord », « Dans ma rue », « La fille du port », etc.). Thus popular with integration of marginal elements.