Part four of Little Mix week! Now, I would like to point out that if you were to check the Little Mix Spotify Top 5 NOW, it would not look the same as it did when I planned this week’s reviews out, just before I went to Cornwall. Now that I am back and am finishing off the week’s worth of reviews, they’ve gone and put ANOTHER song into the Top 5. So, because I love you all so much, you’re going to get treated to an extra special review tomorrow (Friday), just for this apparently new song. Aren’t you lucky?
This might not be much of a shock to you, but I’m not a fan. It’s slow, it’s actually quite hard to understand half of the time, forcing me to look at the lyrics to know what I’m actually hearing.
I know, I know, 184.5 million people can’t be wrong, can they? Well, actually, they can. Any number of people can be wrong. The majority is not always correct, and it’s dangerous to assume that they would be. Democracy only works because the winners think their stance is vindicated by the results, the losers know there’s a fixed term until they get another chance, and the government ends up compromising in most circumstances anyway. It’s a sham. One I’d fight for, but a sham nonetheless.
Back to the music.
From what I gather, it’s a song about two people who love each other, but are unable to express it publicly, and so unlike our favourite romantic duo’s, Sonny and Cher, Robbie and Nicole, and Sir Mix-A-Lot and whoever it is with that sweet, sweet ass, they decide not to release a song abo- oh, wait, they did.
It’s a fairly artsy video, I have to admit – lots of Tower Bridge in the background, foreground, just the ground in general… Though, I have to say, Derulo’s apartment looks quite sparsely furnished to me, too much so for me, and are those wall kicks really necessary? Really? I get it, he wants to be with her too, despite Brexit Britain being opposed to an interracial relationship… I mean, despite their perception that, for some reason, they are unable to be together, but jumping at the wall is just immature. Even the _ football team aren’t doing that today…
They can clearly sing, but this song isn’t for me. It’s not my cup of tea, whatsoever. And that’s fine, there’s no problem with that. It’s just the way it is.