Songs Written by Gregg Alexander: You Get What You Give, Murder on the Dancefloor, Get Over You, Music Gets the Best of Me, Someday We'll Know

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: You Get What You Give, Murder on the Dancefloor, Get Over You, Music Gets the Best of Me, Someday We'll Know, I Won't Change You, Mixed up World, Inner Smile, Life Is a Rollercoaster, the Game of Love, Lovin' Each Day, a Love Like That, on the Horizon, I'm Moving On, Mother We Just Can't Get Enough, I Love It When We Do, What if...

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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: You Get What You Give, Murder on the Dancefloor, Get Over You, Music Gets the Best of Me, Someday We'll Know, I Won't Change You, Mixed up World, Inner Smile, Life Is a Rollercoaster, the Game of Love, Lovin' Each Day, a Love Like That, on the Horizon, I'm Moving On, Mother We Just Can't Get Enough, I Love It When We Do, What if God Fell From the Sky, I Don't Wanna Talk About Love, Crazy People Rock. Excerpt: " A Love Like That " is a song by Gregg Alexander , released exclusively on MP3 format in 2003. It deals with heartbreak and inability to accept that a partner has moved on , and is the only song in which Alexander has a role as a singer/performer since the disbanding of the New Radicals in 1999. While Gregg's vocals and style on the song are unmistakable, the origins of the track remain unclear. It was first discovered to be charting obscurely in October 2003 on Beyond Radio, an American airplay chart, peaking at #1304, and remaining on the charts into November. It was later found downloadable on the now-defunct site, PicktheHits.com. Official Warner Music publishing sites have confirmed that Alexander (together with longtime collaborator Rick Nowels ) did indeed write a song entitled "A Love Like That" . The closing refrain of "Na-na na-na na" is very similar to that which opens "Life is a Rollercoaster " by Ronan Keating , which Alexander and Nowels also wrote. It is possible that the two songs are intended as counterparts, or perhaps sequels to each other. A fan mashup MP3 is circulating in which the ending and beginning of the two songs are near-seamlessly blended together. It is unknown whether "A Love Like That" was leaked by an industry insider, MCA Records or released personally by Alexander. It may have been intended as an experimental single to see if Alexander ...

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  • ISBN-13: 9781155279961
  • Publisher: General Books LLC
  • Publication date: 5/2/2010
  • Pages: 72
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.17 (d)

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