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Listen to Madonna rap every illuminati buzzword in one of her six new songs

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Did she just say "the Google of United States"?

Combating the full leak of her then-unannounced album Rebel Heart this past Wednesday, Madonna has decided to officially release the first six tracks, including the Nicki Minaj collaboration "Bitch I'm Madonna." But that is not the song I'm currently obsessing over in this sextet.

Even if you don't want to purchase or stream, it's worth your time to enjoy iTunes's minute-long preview of our new favorite dance track about conspiracy theories, "Illuminati," where Madonna slides between singing and rapping about accused illuminati luminaries like Jay Z, Beyonce, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and... did she just say "the Google of United States?"

I've now listened to this song, in full, about a dozen times. I can't vouch these are 100 percent the right lyrics... but it's awfully close.

It's not Jay Z and Beyoncé
It's not Nicki or Lil Wayne
It's not Oprah and Obama
The Pope and Rihanna
Queen Elizabeth or Kanye

It's not pentagrams or witchcraft
It's not triangles or stacks of cash
Black magic or Gaga, Gucci or Prada
Riding on the golden calf

The all-seeing eye is watching tonight
That's what it is tonight, truth and the light
The all-seeing eye is watching tonight
Nothing to hide, secrets inside
It's like everybody in this party, shining like illuminati
It's like everybody in this party, shining like illuminati

It's the enlightenment that started it all
The founding fathers wrote it down on the wall
And now the media's misleading us all
To right and to wrong
It's time to dance and turn this dark into something
So let the fire burn, this music is bumping
We're gonna live forever, love never dies
It starts tonight

Behind the curtain of the new world order
It's not platinum-encrypted corners
It's not Isis or the phoenix,
The pyramids of Egypt
Don't make it into something sordid
It's not Steve Jobs or Bill Gates
It's not the Google of United States
It's not Bieber or LeBron, Clinton or Bond
or anyone you love to hate

Repeat Chorus and Bridge, etc.