Demi Lovato – Heart Attack

Tim: This is almost entirely amazing.

Tim: I say ‘almost entirely’, and I think we can all identify the one thing that’s pretty bad.

Tom: True, but then Demi Lovato is not the kind of artist you’d expect a key change from. Sadly.

Tim: Oh, well I don’t actually mind the lack of key change – the extraordinary “AT-AAAAAAA-AAAAAAYY-AAAAAAH” is more than enough for me. My issue was the line “I can play him like a Kindle”, but since I’ve just realised it’s “Ken doll” instead, I have no problems with the track whatsoever.

Tom: Ha. I heard the same thing, although I worked it out a bit quicker than you apparently did.

Tim: The whole thing seems to be three and a half minutes of just pure amazingness. GROO-OOH-OOH-OOOOO-OOOO-OOOOW. SHOO-OOH-OOH-OOOOO-OOOO-OOOOW. ATTAA-AA-AA-AAAAAAAA-AAAAA-AAAACK. FLAA-AAA-AAA-AAA-AAA-AAA-AAA-AAMES. AT-AAAAAAA-AAAAAAYY-AAAAAAH. ATTAA-AA-AA-AAAAAAAA-AAAAA-AAAACK.

What else is there to say?

Tom: Not much, which is probably for the best after you’ve belted all that out.

Tim: Don’t pretend you don’t want to join in.

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