Dance With Me
Album: Dance With Me
Debelah Morgan sparks some romance with her boyfriend in the average “Dance With Me.”
A modern waltz opens the single, setting a retro tone. The chorus starts the single. She...
Travie McCoy & Bruno Mars
Travie McCoy would help the world if he were rich in the self-serving “Billionaire.”
An idealistic guitar opens the single, setting a rosy tone. In the extended chorus, sung by Bruno Mars, he...
Plain White T’s
Hey There Delilah
Album: Every Second Counts
Tom Higgenson keeps in contact with his girlfriend in the suffocating “Hey There Delilah.”
A sugary guitar opens the single, setting an dippy tone. She sends him a recent picture of herself over the phone. He tells her she’s beau...
Get Your Shine On
Album: Beautiful Soul
Jesse McCartney encourages his quiet friend to come out of his shell in the sensational “Get Your Shine On.”
Hustling strings open the single, setting a nostalgic tone. He whistles and hoots for his friend. His friend, who...
Thinking Out Loud
Ed Sheeran shares his intimate feelings for his girlfriend in the lovely “Thinking Out Loud.”
An adoring piano opens the single, setting a fervent tone. She says she’s afraid of ge...
David Guetta & Sam Martin
Sam Martin is smitten with his free spirited girlfriend in the uncertain “Dangerous.”
An enthralled piano opens the single, setting a rhapsodic tone. Before she leaves, she waves to ...
The Heart Wants What It Wants
Album: For You
Selena Gomez is hung up on her ex-boyfriend in the heartwrenching “The Heart Wants What It Wants.”
Muffled vocals and misty synths open the single, setting a lamentable tone. In the intro, she says she can’t help who she loves. (“Wh...
Jessie J & 2 Chainz
Album: Sweet Talker
Jessie J is aroused by her boyfriend in the arresting “Burnin’ Up.”
A howling guitar builds up the sexual tension, setting a heated tone. The second pre-chorus opens the single. Her face is flushed. She is tingling all over. (&ld...
Taylor Swift can lose a guy in 30 days in the calculated “Blank Space.”
A fidgeting synth opens the single, setting an anxious tone. A handsome young man, his tie ...
Lips Are Movin’
Meghan Trainor can’t believe a word out of her boyfriend’s mouth in the oversimplified “Lips Are Movin’.”
Placating drums open the single, setting a facile tone. Part of the chorus starts the single. She says her boyfriend...
Free Your Mind
Album: Funky Divas
Dawn Robinson addresses stereotypes associated with African-American women in the astute “Free Your Mind.”
In the intro, Robinson says she has opinionis about racism and sexism. She’s going to express them whether people like it or not...
Album: Company B
Lori L. wants to date her crush in the crowded “Full Circle.”
An ornery keyboard opens the single and then joined by circling synths, setting a haphazard tone. He tells her he has something to ask her later and if he could meet up with her. She grins and replies sure. This is it. This the moment she’s been wai...
Album: Romance 1600
Sheila E. has to clear obstacles before she can be with her crush in the cold “Sister Fate.”
A rowdy saxophone opens the single, pushing the the hyper synths aside. It sets a uncontrollable tone. People have noticed. She was sitting him at lunch. T...
The Cover Girls
All That Glitters Isn’t Gold
Album: We Can’t Go Wrong
Angel Civilles’ friends think her new boyfriend is a pathological liar in the pristine “All That Glitters Isn’t Gold.”
Hooked On You
Album: Take It While It’s Hot
Year: 1987/1989 (Remix)
Betty LeBron has butterflies whenever she thinks of her crush in the delightful “Hooked On You.”
Persuasive drums and synths open the single, setting a flirt...