I believe in a little while the Owl City & Carly Rae's song will sneak up in the Top Ten as well.
Listening to it, I found myself humming the very easy chorus effortlessly.
It's just that kind of song that radio will play in Summer and that pushes you to carefree shake; it is like a background to any beach adventure you may have, and it reminds me (with way less lyrical merit, though) of last year One Republic's Summer success, and some of the Daft Punk's Digital Love beats.
It will work.
*I'm Free To Be Whatever I Choose And I'll Sing The Blues If I Want*
(Oasis, "Whatever", 1994) Current Most Played Songs: Maroon 5 "Doin' Dirt","Lucky Strike" ADELE "Skyfall" Frank Ocean "Sweet Life" Vasco Rossi "L'Uomo+Semplice"P!nk ftr. Nate Ruess "Just Give Me A Reason" Rihanna "Stay" Bastille "Pompeii"Jovanotti "Terra degli Uomini"Marco Mengoni "L'essenziale", Jutty Ranx "I See You" Macklemore & Ryan Lewis "Thrift Shop" FUN. "Carry On" Imagine Dragons "Radioactive"Bruno Mars "When I Was Your Man" Fabri Fibra "Pronti, Partenza, Via!"Taylor Swift "22"Mumford & Sons "Lovers' Eyes"The Lonely Island ftr Adam Levine & Kendrick Lamar "Yolo"
what's with the huge increase? was it performed somewhere??
Originally posted by Gedamara
Well I finally understood what the rolling effect is . And it totally explains Applause's and Judas' underperformance .So. because Born this Way ( 1st single ) was veryy big in the beginning , the rolling effect caused Applause to do poorly on the charts ? + Let's not forget Pokerface ( 2nd single) was a mega smash , so the rolling effect made Judas flop. Am I right ?