Ed Sheeran chats up a young woman at the bar in the throbbing “Sing.”
The ice has melted in his drink. He guesses it must’ve sitting there for two hours. It’s close to midnight now. He huddles closer to her, leaning to her hear over the current contest going on. A server has walked by a couple times to ask for them another drink. However, he hasn...
Hearts Don’t Think (They Feel)
Album: Natural Selection
Frederick Thomas is the relationship expert in the uneventful “Hearts Don’t Think (They Feel.)”
Cordial synths open the single, setting an easeful tone. He believes people should be sincere. One particular coup...
Album: Now in a minute
Her ex-boyfriend’s spell over her has been broken in the lithe “Fool’s Paradise.”
Glinting synths open the single, setting a mesmerizing tone. He throws his arms out, full of a dozen roses and bows. The stage rotates and he is bed with another g...
Florida Georgia Line & Luke Bryan
This Is How We Roll
Album: Here’s To The Good Times (Deluxe Edition)
Tyler Hubbard and his girlfriend drink and drive as they joyride around town in the delinquent “This Is How We Roll.”
A frivolous guitar opens the single, setting a ...
Hot Chelle Rae
Don’t Say Goodnight
Ryan Follese prolongs the night for as long as he can in the wishful“Don’t Say Goodnight.”
A precious guitar opens the single, setting a nostalgic tone. The chorus starts the song. His crush gives him a hug and says she’ll talk to him tomorrow. He tells her they can watch the su...
Do It Well
Charisma draws Jennifer Lopez to a guy in the perilous “Do It Well.”
Part of the chorus begins the single. He carries himself with such class. She wonders where he came from. (“Do it, do it/You do it, do it/You'...
Zedd, Matthew Koma & Miriam Bryant
Album: Divergent sdtk
Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant, as Four and Tris respectively, fall for each other in the convoluted “Find You.”
A fluttery piano opens the single, setting an infatuated tone. He won’t ever let her see ...
Album: The Colour Of My Love
Celine Dion tries to save her relationship in the forlorn “Think Twice.”
Stricken strings open the single, setting a tearful tone. She gives him a kiss on his lips and he turns his face away. She stares down at the floor, knowing it was deliberate. For the last five years, he has been the p...
The Man Who Can’t Be Moved
Album: The Script
Danny O’Donoghue turns himself into a media spectacle to get attention in the paltry “Man Who Can’t Be Moved.”
A depressed guitar opens the single, setting a Maybe she will notice him now. He parks his car in the nearby lot. From the trunk, he takes his sleeping b...
Best Day of My Life
Album: Oh, What A Life
Zac Barnett wakes up with a good feeling in the overzealous “Best Day of My Life.”
Clinking synths open the single, setting a bubbly tone. He gets on top of a chair and raises his hands as he describes the green monster in his dream. He was flying from the ground and into...
Lovers In Japan
Album: Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends
Congrats to Matthew Gray Gubler for having the most watched episode on Wednesday!
Chris Martin wishes to escape to Japan with his secret girlfriend in the boundless "Lovers In Japan.”
A big thank you to the posters in the Iamduffy forums for providing the background lyrics during the bridge. Your posts from 2008 helped out a lot.
Duffy needs her boyfriend to give her an answer regarding their future in the conflicted “Mercy.&rdquo...
Snarkfest, one of my favorite pop culture boards, would like more people to join in on their discussions. It is a kind, civil place that needs some love. A couple years ago, the original server crashed and barely half the people came back. After the announcement of TWOP closing their forums, they were hoping people would find them. Please find them. The ...
Love Don’t Die
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for sticking it out with my technical issues.
Isaac Slade pledges an undying love for his girlfriend in the lustrous “Love Don’t Die.”
A vigorous guitar opens the single, setting a feverous tone. She’s never ...
Perrie Edwards tries to get a quiet guy out his shell in the faded “Move.”
A popping synth opens the single, setting a cheeky tone. Thirwall sees a cute guy walking down the hallway. She’s said “hello” to him a few times but has to get him to speak to her. He&...