Discussion in 'Music' started by Ome, Nov 3, 2017.
The song is dreadful, I don't understand a word. Was she taught to speak by Chewbacca? I'm so over Sia and all her samey stuff and garbled warbling . I wish she wasn't doing any of the songs on Celine's new album. It's gonna be thudding beat, dry vocals, weird affected pronunciation and screeching chorus about being alive or a diamond or being hard as nails or something silly like a waterfall or a wheely bin.
And it's not even her that's looking Christmassy. It's some girl called Maddie. Sia's too cool to be seen.
I should have said 'Sia's Image'
The "da-da-da"s remind me so much of another song that I can't quite place. Can anyone put me out of my torture and tell me which one?
The album title is either screamingly annoying or brilliantly provocative.
"Every day" means each day or daily. "Everyday" means ordinary, prosaic or routine (unless you're Buddy Holly). So the title is saying Christmas is mundane.
Is this by design, I wonder? It's certainly true, but very few people seem to be so honest.
It's partly this one:
(the melody comes in at about 30 seconds and the "ba da da"s at 40 seconds):
But there's definitely another song which sounds even more similar. Maybe it's a Gaga hook.
As a Sia fan I'm disappointed in this song. Its not all bad, but could have been so much better. I'm still looking forward to her new album though.
Sia has sung and produced some beautiful ballads both for herself and for others so you might be surprised, hopefully
Yes, it is similar.
I can't identify it either Mel and if it suddenly hits me I'll post it on here.
I used to like Sia but the last few years she's become very repetitive to me. I think she needs to go away for a while then comeback. She's probably burned out from writing songs for everyone else.
"Don't cry, snowman, right in front of me
Who will catch your tears if you can't catch me, darling
If you can't catch me, darling
Don't cry, snowman, don't leave me this way"
This one will definitely make it onto my Christmas playlist
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