Trying to look ahead after this elimination. .... But it's just too close... Too recent... If you ask me how I feel.... I say....I'm doing good, I'm 31. Doing Fine Score: 7,043. Highest Score: 10 x 4 ( @Mr.Arroz , @GhettoPrincess , @Remorque , @TrainJumper ) Lowest Score: 3 x 1 ( @Sweet Music ) 'Doing Fine' is a Pop midtempo that was released on the girls fourth studio album 'Ladylike'. I remember the fans thinking this should be the "ballad-single" because it has a bit of tempo and was the most radio-friendly ballad on the album. I'm surprised this beat 'Stolen' in the race, although as we can see, not by a lot - both in terms of average score and in terms of placing. Let's hear what you guys have to say. iheartpoptarts gets a bit pun-ny as she starts this off with a "It’s… well, fine." Ironically, you weren't the only one who went with that pun. plasticFANTASTIC comments "It's...fine. haha, no I really like it. It is basic, but it's a bop nonetheless, even if it sounds like a dozen other urban pop midtempos released in between 2007 and 2010." It kinda does, yes. TrainJumper goes on and compliment the vocals on the song - usually one of the highpoints of Monrose's ballads : "YES at those adlips at the end, so good. Their voices sound great on this." I do agree that they do sound good, but the "fine-fine-fiIIIIne" are really off-key. Although it kinda sound like it was meant to be this way, so who knows. DJHazey is pretty spot on again and he criticizes the "fine barrage" as well : "The second half of this chorus saves it big-time! "Am I ever ever gonna forget it" is so amazing it prevents it from being a complete snoozefest. I love the verses, especially when I hear any line with "too close" in it. However, the "fine" barrage does become a bit tedious after awhile." Sprockrooster, which somehow happen to love this - I'm genuinely shocked - says "Amazing chorus! Living! Bless Bless Bless me." Oh well! Now let's go to one of our highest scorer, GhettoPrincess, for some stanning : "This is gorgeous, the verses are sublime."