It's quite ironic that "Donatella" and "Why Did You Do That" leave one after another, since both portray camp in a different way. The former does it mainly in the lyrics, but I'm mostly rating the sonic aspect of the song and it's good, but not anazing, which is why it got a score of 6,75 from me. I do support the love for the post-chorus, but th A bit surprised that "Mary Jane Holland" surpassed it. And of course my favorite 'basic pop' track from "A Star Is Born" leaves first, but that doesn't mean it's a loss, because I gave it a 7,25. "Why Did You Do That" is really good, no matter how repetitive the chorus is or the lyrics are cringy at parts. I like the bass, too. The other two pop songs from the soundtrack are surely weaker than it and I'll be quite impatient to see them leave. All three seriously lack depth in the production, and while they serve their purpose, all are bland and generic on different levels. And there's no way you can compare the campness of "The Fame" tracks to her later work (especia. Even my least favorite song of that kind from "The Fame" ("Money Honey", sorry @soratami) got a solid score from me, since it has much better elements than those watered-down pop tracks.