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Pink : Don't Let Me Get Me

She was coming up, now she's bringing you down...

She was coming up, now she's bringing you down. After the windows-down, roof-off storm of 'Get The Party Started', it transpires that the loveable Pink has only lured you out so she can trap you in the kitchen, get out an acoustic guitar and whine about her self-esteem issues.



Hey, what about the "Mercedes Benz"? The "gold diamond rings"? You promised us fun, girl - not streaky mascara and sub-Imbruglia self-pity and the line "Tired of being compared to damn Britney Spears / she's so pretty that just ain't me". Yes, but at least she dances...



Victoria Segal

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