Account Options Sign in. My library Help Advanced Book Search. And Jesus Spoke on Youtube. Frederick Douglas Harper. Xlibris Corporation , 25 Apr - Poetry - pages. And Jesus Spoke on YouTube is a book of poetry and creative prose.
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Subscriber Account active since. The upbeat pop record has been marketed as Perry's comeback — or even "rebirth" — after the disappointing response to 's "Witness. Overall, we were underwhelmed by the formulaic production and the cheap lyrics, which mostly hinge on Perry celebrating her resilience and growth. Making "Never Really Over" the intro track was also a mistake, since it's one of Perry's best songs ever and makes the rest of the album disappointing in comparison. Here is what we thought of each song on "Smile" upon first listen. Skip to the end to see the only songs worth listening to and the album's final score. Ahlgrim: I have always loved "Never Really Over" and I truly believe it was disrespected upon release more than one whole year ago! This song soundtracked some of my favorite party moments of last summer, jumping up and down and trying to keep up with the breathlessly fun post-chorus: "Just-because-it's-over-doesn't-mean-it's-really-over-and-if-I-think-it-over-maybe-you'll-be-comin'-over-again. In fact, it's surreal to realize how long this album rollout has taken — and disappointing to revisit the whimsical electricity of its first single knowing Perry chose to move away from its sound and aesthetics.
Before we begin, can we take a moment to imagine the pressure of releasing an album with the level of fame and responsibility to entertain your already-established global fanbase. I can understand the small pressures behind releasing something for the first time — hell, we all did school exams. In that respect, pregnant Perry had a lot to live up to. The world needs some of that positive Katy energy right now. How to treat the tracks in ranking order of a select few of my favourites. It encourages the vulnerable to live for today and worry about the consequences tomorrow. If handled under the wrong circumstances, the listener might wake up with a questionable new tattoo and a screaming liver.