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Cheryl Cole - 'Call My Name'

A horrendously addictive creation

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When you first hear this track, you’re all: “This is just the hot one from Girls Aloud singing over a Calvin Harris album track.” But then you’ll find yourself humming along in quiet moments, then telling people it’s “actually OK”. Then you’ll download it, play the song hourly, then you’ll find yourself driving to Cheryl’s house, at 4.35am on a Tuesday, crying uncontrollably and muttering something about HER calling YOUR name. Take this as a warning.
Issy Sampson

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