There's so much filler in the album, prefer Call My Name to all of this.
Originally Posted by :odey:
musical ignorance on habboxforum rearing its ugly head. at odey, 'baby' is thrown around so much in lana's songs that it's one of her most-used words. i mean, that's common for any star related to pop in some way but she really uses it a lot. as for 'ghetto', well, plenty of her songs (and some photoshoots) revolve around the concept of being poor or ghetto or street or urban. i mean, she describes her music as "gangster nancy sinatra". she lived in a trailer park. she definitely weaves the urban subculture and ghetto concept thing in to her music. don't be ridiculous.
Originally Posted by Red
at red, try to not be so unilateral in your thinking. do you just listen to the lyrics in a song? or maybe just the music? lana has songs with lovely happy music, songs with lovely happy lyrics and even a few songs with both. i'm sorry you are only able to think of a few songs or something when you took your sampling. you don't see me commenting on pixie lott like i know her catalogue or something (although @McDonalds already has it out for me — georgia, if you can tell me which medication my 'happy pills' are, i'll willingly take them) and i don't see any reason for you to do the same to lana.
i mean, i'm very fixated on lana. i don't like people talking about her when they don't know her music completely. that being said, the music forum is striking me as infantile lately so i won't get too much in to it. all in all, one of the better songs off of cheryl's album. she isn't the best solo from girls aloud. i dislike that she is imitating lana. i can't picture anyone singing it besides lana anyways.
err it's an ok song (for cheryl cole) considering i really don't like her and her music but i think i prefer this to other stuff she's done