Other than Country & Western, no other genre of music delves into the topic of cheating lovers the way R&B and Soul songs do. Just goes to show you: women can be two-timers too.
In this song, two dudes each hook up with a hot chick, but when the guys compare notes, the two women wind up having too much in common for it to be a coincidence.
Both deny the rumors, however, and it doesn't seem like Efron was attached to any of the songs on "Red." The pair did write a song about their relationship, denying the dating rumors through a parody of Foster the People's "Pumped Up Kicks" on Ellen De Generes' talk show.
I am out here to testify of your great work, my husband is back to me with the kids and leave the other woman at his working place, with your spell and he is in love with me now as you said, and he said there is no need for divorce and he apologized for all the pains he cost me and my kids thanks to the holy prophet, if you need his help his email is [[email protected]], your spell work fast and I am so happy to share your testimony…..
” Or…do you follow your heart,friendship be damned?
We broke up about 2 years ago but are stil really good friends But ever since the breake up my feelings for him nevet went away we hang out alot and i realy have to hold myself in sometimes.
Once they broke up, all she had to tweet was a lyric from the song: "...'til you put me down," for fans to know it was over.
Two years later, the “1989” highlight “Out Of The Woods” is widely assumed to be about Styles, with lyrical references to their December romance and snowmobile accident.
Whatever the case, if you're looking for some theme music to express your feelings about cheating or being cheated on, then a dozen song suggestions - featuring drama-soaked tracks by R. Blige, Usher, Keyshia Cole and others are included below.
Or perhaps you're happy to be some chick's dude on the side?