Beyoncé's Lemonade is finally available on Apple Music and Spotify after being originally released on Tidal in 2016. (Three years to the date, in fact.) As a consolation prize for the wait, Queen Bey has released the original demo version of "Sorry" which appears as the fourth track on Lemonade. As fans revisit the masterfully personal LP and absorb this new edition to the tracklist, the reactions coming out are conflicted. Fans love both the regular and demo versions of "Sorry." Which is the superior?

The 2016 version of "Sorry" is one that you've heard on urban radio and probably in clubs and social settings. It's not the fastest track in the world, but there's a celebratory, almost party-like atmosphere to the tune. It's about not accepting an apology after being put through the wringer in a relationship multiple times. Beyoncé's middle fingers are up and it's delicious. Our smile reflects hers as she asserts her self-worth.