teens "acoustic version"
Bada bing bada boom, the TRF covers are defeated. Y'all know I'm a ballad queen but even this one's a touch too soppy for me, and it seems I'm not alone in this opinion. I believe this makes SEVEN DAYS WAR the sole-remaining cover (I can feel the (miss)understood jokes already)
. Even if I'm not a fan of the song, the completionist in me still had to buy the Startin'/Born To Be... single. As informed earlier in the rate, there's a mildly more upbeat version on some other album I have no intention of looking up.
digs into the definition of acoustic for us, "You don't usually hear orchestral instruments in an "acoustic version" but I guess it still technically counts as acoustic as long as no electric instruments are in it. That being said, the orchestral instruments are the best part.
, on the other hand, could give a rat's ass about this song either way, "Pretty 'meh' acoustic or not.
" Fellow super stan One Stop Candy Shop
stands with me on this number, "A lowlight in her career. "I wanna be a sweet angel" is an awful lyric.
" It didn't work without the "sweet" 8 years later either. The sweet works for evilsin
, "This is sweet for cover, almost sound like one of hers.
" And it's just sweet enough for otenkiame
, "A sweet track, though a little too slow. The middle eight(?)'s crescendo almost makes it worth the wait.
" And one last sweet for vague
, "i don't know the original, but this is pretty cute. not, like, a career highlight, but it's sweet. i wouldn't skip it, but i also wouldn't seek it out.
"A pretty ballad that's somewhat useless in the grand scheme of things; hearing the many English lines in it is definitely something,
discovers while looking for the redeeming qualities. Perhaps RUNAWAY
can help us learn to love it, "her cover of this song is so beautiful. It helps that the song is good anyway, but her voice and arrangement of the song is gorgeous and helps lift the song to a different level. I really like the other version of her cover that’s included on Lif-e Motions, but the acoustic version is perfection.