Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Nodding My Hips Like Yeah

My favourite song of all time you ask? Yeah, I'd say it's still Party in the USA.

I've had Miley's sweet voice stuck in my head for days at a time. I'd almost managed to shake it when Miss.Tint sent me this impressive live performance:

Er. If I were butterflies, I'd fly away too.

And here is a creepy-ass "remix" created by old friend Cailen:

Is it just me, or when a song has been rattling around in your head all day, do you start adding in new words to spice it up a bit?

Motherfuckin HAAANDS UP



Darius Whiteplume said...

Oddly, I was never much of a Miley fan until I saw an interview about this song. I don't care for the song, actually. A bit patronizing/jingoistic for me. The interviewer asked her what made her write the song. (paraphrasing)

"I didn't write it. I thought it would be a hit."

What Jay-Z song were you talking about?

"I don't really listen to Jay-Z. Like I said, I didn't write the song."

Well, what Brittney song was it.

"Look. I didn't write the song. I don't listen to pop music. I thought it would be a hit, so I recorded it."

Honesty always earns points with me.

carissajaded said...

What is it about this song? When I first heard it I swore it was the worst song I'd ever heard.. then I kept hearing and found that it was constantly playing in my brain. Now I find myself looking for it on my ipod. But I still hate it. And kinda love it.

Hey Lady! said...

I think the song is just infectious... like a disease, no one WANTS to catch the flu, but you know, you're at a party, a bunch of other people have it, next thing you know you're laying on the bathroom floor wishing for death. This song, same thing.

Jay Ferris said...

And Americans wonder why the rest of the world hates them.

Candice said...

This song is on my playlist. Makes me feel...inspired?

Unapologetically Mundane said...

I looked for this at my karaoke place last night, but while the place had every song from the Hannah Montana movie, they didn't have this. As it's clearly the best song of all time, I immediately left. After singing Patrick Swayze's "She's Like the Wind" five times, I mean.