Friday, September 21, 2007

Beautiful Girls: National Craze?

I have no idea when this song was released internationally, but it appeared that it became a wide hit already in this infamous country. The said song, Beautiful Girls sang by no other than Sean Kingston and with a remake by singer Jojo became an instant craze that every one have both versions in either their websites, cellphones or even Ipods.

But what's with the song anyway? The song just emphasizes that "cool girls" are not compatible with not so-cool guys.

You're way too beautiful girl
That's why it'll never work
You'll have me suicidal, suicidal
When you say it's over

Isn't that what is called discrimination in a slight sense? What I mean is that, people can have their free choice on whom to love and give their affection to, and that it's their prerogative. However isn't that so lame if someone you really like just makes a fool of you and play around with your feelings? And isn't that what the whole song was about, a no so-cool guy played around until he lost his own sanity?

It's just so weird because I can't comprehend why a lot of people enjoys listening to the said song when it fact it doesn't reflect any social issue, instead it just reflects how some stupid guy fell in love with girl that would not reciprocate the feelings he's expressing.

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