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Author: thatcoolgamerkid
Posted: Jan 08 2019 - 02:37 AM
Subject: looking for popular 2000s song
this song was in a lot of radios in america, and it sounded like 2 of the singers were chinese/japanese, however they wer singing in english. It was in the 2000s and is a pop song. it may be from ludacris as it kinda sounded like him but i dont had the classic YEAH guys with the muffled voice in the song, and had very pop futuristic sounds. it also had some piano, and a POP to it.there was a girl and boy singer. in the chorus, the girl singer sang first, then the guy then the girl, and then both of them. i really want to find this song. help me please!
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