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'''''It Doesn't Have to Be Beautiful''''' is a song by [[Slow Club]] on the album [[Yeah, So!]]
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I was a little indifferent to this song when I first heard it, but I liked it enough to give it a second chance. After listening to it several times it became one of my favorites. There is something about the light-hearted beat that really puts a spring in my step. The repetition of the two syllables at the beginning of each new verse is fun, the video is very active and fun, and it's a blast to sling along. I especially like the rapid-fire lyrics in the chorus. The actual theme of the song is a sad and messy breakup, but you can't really tell from how happy and cheery sounding the song it.
 
I was a little indifferent to this song when I first heard it, but I liked it enough to give it a second chance. After listening to it several times it became one of my favorites. There is something about the light-hearted beat that really puts a spring in my step. The repetition of the two syllables at the beginning of each new verse is fun, the video is very active and fun, and it's a blast to sling along. I especially like the rapid-fire lyrics in the chorus. The actual theme of the song is a sad and messy breakup, but you can't really tell from how happy and cheery sounding the song it.
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==Links==
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9akkn2hrgs youtube.com/watch?v=p9akkn2hrgs] - Official video.
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[[Category: Song]]
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[[Category: Slow Club Song]]
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[[Category: Favorite]]
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[[Category: Favorite Song]]
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[[Category: Obsession Song]]

Revision as of 11:15, 26 August 2013

It Doesn't Have to Be Beautiful is a song by Slow Club on the album Yeah, So!

I was a little indifferent to this song when I first heard it, but I liked it enough to give it a second chance. After listening to it several times it became one of my favorites. There is something about the light-hearted beat that really puts a spring in my step. The repetition of the two syllables at the beginning of each new verse is fun, the video is very active and fun, and it's a blast to sling along. I especially like the rapid-fire lyrics in the chorus. The actual theme of the song is a sad and messy breakup, but you can't really tell from how happy and cheery sounding the song it.


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