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From the Album Pocketful Of Sunshine
January 22, 2008 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: January 22, 2008
  • Release Date: January 22, 2008
  • Label: Epic/Phonogenic
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  • Duration: 3:42 minutes
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  • ASIN: B0013DDKX2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,126 Paid in Songs (See Top 100 Paid in Songs)

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I just love this song, probably more than the famous "pocketful of sunshine". I love her voice, great soothing song.
I do not know what the other reviewers are talking about.
As far as Sean Kingston , I think it makes for a good detour, with or without him its a great song.
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While yes, this formulaic song is the weak link on her Pocketful of Sunshine CD and the guest singer dude is soooo forgettable, Natasha doesn't deserve the scathing review posted prior to this one. She has a unique, cool voice with a natural soulfulness, and she's got loads of sex appeal and confidence as a performer. She made the contestants on Idol look like complete amateurs when she made a guest appearance singing "Pocketful of Sunshine" a few weeks ago. That believe it or not was my first exposure to Ms. Bedingfield, and I'm quickly becoming an obsessed fan.
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Good song.
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I love this song!!! The only problem is Sean Kingston :( Is there a version that I can download without his ugly voice??
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Like Lord Voldermort in the Potter books, in music there was a name that meant sheer, unimaginable terror, misery and mental torment. Yet this was a name that didn't only mean ONE harbinger of doom, but TWO. A name that, for a few torturous months, you just couldn't escape, whether it was watching MTV or turning on the radio. That name meant the next three and a half minutes of your life were full of nothing but pain.

And that name was.. (shudder) Bedingfield.

Yes, over in the UK, the name "Bedingfield" was pretty much inescapable. First off, of course, was big brother Daniel, who quickly turned into a one man (s)hit machine, consisting of some wretched ballads and MOR tunes that this stupid country couldn't get enough of.

As if that wasn't bad enough, little sis Natasha turns up with her own blend of grim pop, a confusing mixture of "attitude" and doe-eyed serial stalker ("I Wanna Have Your Babies" - honestly, who thought THAT was a good idea for a song?)

Thankfully, the curse has been broken over here and Daniel is another bloated corpse on the pop scrapheap, and Natasha has become something of a mild irritant rather than the dominating chart monster she threatened to be.

So what's a girl to do? Simple; if the video for this latest attempt (and first EVER MP3 review by The Curmudgeon) is anything to go by, try and break into the US market by a) pretending to be American and b) pretending to be 17. Both of which, natch, she isn't.
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