Someone mentioned how Madonna's "Deeper And Deeper" slips into her previous #1 song "Vogue" and I was wondering, what other songs can you think of that do this? The only other one that I can think of is "All You Need Is Love" by the Beatles, in which they sing, "She Loves You, yeah yeah yeah" over and over at the end (of course from the song "She Loves You"). But, although I'm sure there are other songs like this, I can't think of any others.
The line "say it again, say, say it, say it again" in 3LW's "I Do" is a reference to the "say it again, say, say it, say it again" line from their debut single "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)." Now I want to listen to both albums.
Post by Real Rose Nylund ☑️ ($8 paid) on Jun 8, 2004 16:17:43 GMT -5
I'm wondering if a line in Chantal's 'Waiting' refers to her first CD where she goes "and under every rock and stone I try to hide".
I'm not sure if I can think of any good examples compared to some already mentioned though. I think it's neat when an artist sorta samples themselves or makes reference to one of their older songs but in a kinda hidden way.
In Mariah Carey's "Lullaby," not only is a lyrical reference made to previous hit "The Roof" in verse 2, but at the end of the song, she sings the line "relive the splendor of you and I" to the exact same melody as in "The Roof" chorus.
"When a virgin screams your name, you know you've made it." -- Kelly Clarkson
"No comment, dahhhling. Put it just like that. And make sure 'dahhhling' is spelled d-a-h-h-h-l-i-n-g." --Mariah Carey
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