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02 Jul 09
Massive chorus
Today I remembered a song that I liked when I was eleven or twelve. Although I hadn't heard it since, I still remembered the massive refrain (it could well be classified as a power ballad). I probably heard it on some 1995 UK hit collection, and it seems the duo didn't make further impact on music history after that. Anyway, after some research, and after spotifying it, I conclude that the song is, on the whole, very cheesy, with a suitably cheesy title. The lyrics are awful and plain. Go down, go down uuaah, that's one of the lines. But the chorus, I still maintain, is great. That also goes for the bridge and the third part. Can anyone guess what song it is?
written by Mattias
Wet Wet Wet? The Presidents Of The United States Of America? Crash Test Dummies? Extreme?
posted by   Jan L.
'independent love song' by scarlet
posted by   carmen electra
Ten points to miss Electra.
posted by   Mattias
På tal om massiva/mäktiga saker i låtar, så minns jag då du och Dick retade mig för att jag i högstadiet tyckte om Puff Daddys "Come with me", just för att den var mäktig...
posted by   Caro
Caro: Frågan är vem som bord be om ursäkt. By the way, I might have been wrong about the lyrics. Looking closer, they seem to contain a certain ”mystique”... No, impossible, it's 1995, the girls are just friends.
posted by   Mattias
The sum of 7 and 6