Jazak Allah. i got ur point.
But i think artists have a minumum liberty to choose the words they prefer depending on the context it is used in their own culture first, others second.
Its funny how certain words, like the ones u described, their usages change over time .
The word cringe for examlpe has different shades. i thinnk u meant the last one
Main Entry: 1cringe
Function: intransitive verb
Inflected Form(s): cringed; cring·ing
Etymology: Middle English crengen; akin to Old English cringan to yield, Middle High German krank weak
Date: 13th century
1 : to draw in or contract one's muscles involuntarily (as from cold or pain)
2 : to shrink in fear or servility
3 : to behave in an excessively humble or servile way
4 : to recoil in distaste <Americans cringed…at the use of a term now regarded as a slur — William Safire>http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cringe