Yeah / Red Light / Sweet Lies Single, Import
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Usher has approximately 5 songs that aren't on the actual "Confessions" CD that I have heard on the radio. "Whatever I Want" which is an uptempo song ready to be played at any party, "Confessions Part 1" which is the original story to the "Confessions Part 2" track that is wore out on the radio everyday, the remix to "Confessions Part 2" which features an incarcerated Shyne rapping over a phone, Jermaine Dupri, Twista and Kanye West, "My Boo" featuring Alicia Keys and "Red Light" which is produced by Lil Jon.
"Red Light" sounds as if it's a sequel to "Yeah". Usher hooks up with a woman and he thought that the situation would be easy to control, but after spending a night with her, he can't get the woman out of his head and he begins fantasizing about her in his head at the red light. Why this song couldn't be after "Yeah" on the actual CD beats me. Maybe he didn't want to overuse Lil Jon after knowing that "Yeah" would be the first single. Who knows? However, "Red Light" definitely deserves to be on the CD.Read more ›
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I love the song yeah by usher great beat and larics are cool and the beats are great to listen too.Published 21 months ago by Esther Kinson
Yeah is downright amazing it never gets old or repetitive. Best single ever released in my lifetime, perhaps even one of the best songs ever released ever.Published on May 1, 2013 by Joe
...but I'd be wasting what watty420 already wrote. "Yeah" sucks, so does Flusher, er, I mean usher! (lol)Published on June 23, 2005 by Pete
Some of my friends tell me I listen to the wrong stuff, that I should move out of my whole "Another teen supporting classic rock" thing. Maybe that's true. Read morePublished on April 25, 2005
The unreleased tracks, "Red Light" & "Sweet Lies" are marvolous.
Even though Usher put "Red Light" on his special edition of "Confessions", "Sweet Lies" still remains an... Read more
R'n'b was once a bunch of old dudes who would sing and have trumpets and things in the background. it was cool, all the fans were happy. Read morePublished on October 30, 2004 by Drugs can harm you unborn baby
The release of this song marks the downfall of western civilization. This is a fact. I've done my research and have found that this song is offensively terrible, and should be... Read morePublished on September 14, 2004 by Snack Patrol