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“Naked” live in Istanbul, 1997, by the Spice Girls
Hello, it is me. I thought you would understand. Well, maybe I should have kept my mouth shut. I just kept seeing such a pretty picture. I rather be hated than be pitied. Maybe I should have left it to your imagination. I just want to be me.
"It’s alright, it’s alright…
…cause the system never fails. The good guys are in power and the bad guys are in jail.
…just as long as we can vote. We live in a democracy and that’s what we promote.
…if the news says half the truth. Hearing what we want’s the secret of eternal youth.
…if the planet splits in three, cause I’ll keep on selling records and you’ve got your MTV.
Isn’t it? Isn’t it? …"
Nelly Furtado has debuted the official lyric video for the second single to be lifted from her forthcoming album.
‘Spirit Indestructible’ - the album’s title track - is another brilliantly absurd yet addictive dubstep-dusted hip-hop track, resplendent with tribal beats.
The moment that strikes at 1 minute and 36 seconds in has me positively panting for the video to be released as soon as possible. It literally goes haywire. Is she performing a suped up, stepped up version of Mel Blatt’s ‘A-E-I-O-U…’ from ‘Do Me Wrong?’ Of course not. That would be silly.
With a title like ‘Spirit Indestructible’, you can get the gist of what this is about lyrically. Inner strength etc… But do not judge it on the opening 60 seconds and dismiss it as a sentimental self-appraising ballad.
Whilst the album recently had its original release date pushed back from June to 17 September, the trailer singles are nicely whetting my appetite in anticipation for the Canadian singer’s fifth studio release, and her first English language album since her 2006 behemoth ‘Loose’.
A worthy entry to the Robyn and Alisha’s Attic-occupied canon of songs that are indestructible and wonderful.
"Sitting in a white room dreaming of a life, you have got me thinking…what is paradise? And would you keep me warm? You know that you could build your paradie. I can keep you warm. You can have your own dream life…step into your comfort zone."
"Oh, I lie here in the wet patch in the middle of the bed. I am feeling pretty damn hard done by, I spent ages giving head. It is not fair, and it is really not okay. Oh, you are supposed to care. But all you do is take."
"Life is about film stars, and less about mothers. It is all about fast cars and cussing each other. But it does not matter cause I am packing plastic and that is what makes my life so fucking fantastic. I am a weapon of massive consumption, but it is not my fault it is how I am programmed to function. I will look at the sun and I will look in the mirror. I am on the right track, yeah we are on to a winner"
"It is like I am stuck, it is like I am running from you all the time. I know I let you have all the power. It is like the only company I seek is misery…But the bed feels warmer, sleeping here alone. You know I dream in color and do the things I want."
"So you’ve got a prescription and that makes it legal, now finding excuses overwhelmingly feeble. You go to the doctor, you need pills for sleeping; well if you can convince ‘em, then I guess it’s not cheating. So your daughter’s depressed well get her straight onto prozac, but little did you know she already takes crack. Why can we not all, all just be honest? Admit to ourselves that everyone’s on it…"