Marc Oxoby, author of The 1990s (2003), noted the song "was derided as vapid by some critics, yet tapped into the same kind of audience to whom the Spice Girls music appealed, young teens and pre-teens." [21] Amanda Murray of Sputnikmusic commented, "["...Baby One More Time" is] well-composed, tightly arranged, and even with Spears's vocal limitations it goes straight for the proverbial pop jugular." [22] She also said that the song was a highlight in the pop music genre and added, "There is little doubt that '...Baby One More Time' will be long remembered as one of the cornerstones of pop music in general, and it is a strong front-runner as the prototype for the late 90s pop resurgence." [22] Bill Lamb of considered "...Baby One More Time" as Spears's best song, saying, "the song is full of hooks and a big mainstream pop sound. The accompanying schoolgirl video caused a sensation, and, when the single hit No. 1, Britney was assured of stardom." [23] In a list compiled by Sara Anderson of AOL Radio , "...Baby One More Time" was ranked sixth in a list of Spears's best songs. She noted the singer "somehow made the school girl outfit and pink pom-pom hair-ties trendy again, worn by every tween in the succeeding years." [24]

Also in the video, there are shots of Henley singing in front of the Texas School Book Depository in Dealey Plaza , Dallas, Texas . To Henley, this is where the "end of the innocence" can be found. A portion of the video was also filmed in the town of Waxahachie, Texas , just south of Dallas at the historic Rogers Hotel , where Bonnie and Clyde stayed and where the movies Places in the Heart and Tender Mercies were filmed.

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