Don’t you think, at some point during the history of Canada’s settlement, someone would’ve said “hey guys, it’s too cold, we should leave”
I wrote down everything I thought when I listened to 20/20 for the first time
I don’t even know what Pusher Love Girl means, but that’s not important. What’s important is that the intro of this song is so good. As is the rest of it.
I don’t really get why people hate Suit & Tie so much. It’s a good song. And it features Jay-Z. THINK ABOUT IT THIS WAY: It could’ve been will.i.am. We got lucky, people.
OK. Don’t Hold the Wall is the bomb. SO BABY HOLD UP! GODDAMN. So good.
I want to like Strawberry Bubblegum so badly, but it makes me think of strawberry ice cream and then I think about how strawberry ice cream tastes and then I want to puke. I fucking hate strawberry ice cream. If he had called this song Peanut Butter Cups, I would be all over it.
Tunnel Vision is already stuck in my head and it’s been on for 25 seconds.
What the hell even is spaceship coupe? I don’t know and I don’t care. This song is great.
That Girl is probably my least favourite so far but that’s not really saying much because I would get rid of letters from dead relatives before I would get rid of this album.
Let the Groove In. OK. This could get to #1 on the radio in like three days flat, right? Holy shit, this song is great. RIGHT THERE RIGHT THERE!
The first time I heard Mirrors, I thought it was his best song ever. I stand by this assertion.
Blue Ocean Floor has the coolest intro of the entire album. Jessica Biel tweeted about being on the blue ocean floor today. He totally sings this to her in bed. I would hate her if I didn’t like her so much.
Dress On is so good. I love this song. Crying about the fact that I’m not Jessica Biel.
Body Count is my fucking JAM. Holy shit. This song is absolute fire. It totally could’ve been on Justified, right? It sounds like Senorita and Rock Your Body had a baby and then it grew up to be the best boy-bander-turned-solo-artist ever.
BRB, listening to this album on repeat from now till I die.