**** This song built up into a faster and more upbeat tempo unnecessarily, I would have given this a 6 if it had been a ballad, the beginning is my favourite part; once the over production and what not kicked in the song became mediocre.
**** Uses some of the same lyrical opposite cliches that were in "Counting Stars" (dead/alive contrasts etc). More importantly, I can't get over the fact that the chorus weirdly reminds me of "He's Gonna Step On You Again", the 'gonna stand by your fire...' bit of that. Otherwise it's enjoyable enough in this suspiciously more dynamic OneRepublic. 3.6
**** One little aspect of 'Counting Stars' probably stopped me enjoying it as much as I would have liked. In this case, it's not as consistent but it's pretty decent. Ultimately, probably a touch less effective but still quite a fine effort. 3.5
**** I don't think it's as good as most of their singles and definitely not as good as Counting Stars but it's decent. The lyrics are badly written though - the similes are poor (you're like the net under the ledge, when I go flying off the edge, you go flying off as well makes no sense to me).
That video is terribly bad. Worst video of 2013 for me. Last edited: 12.02.2014 10:01
*** ▒ Een wat trage, matige, krappe voldoende track uit ½ maart 2013 van "OneRepublic", een Amerikaanse poprockband uit Colorado die in 2002 is opgericht door het duo: "Ryan Tedder & Zach Filkins" !!! Afkomstig van hun studioalbum: "Native" ☺!!!
**** A reasonable song which just seems to go from start to end without much spark. This does often remind me of 'Why Don't You Get A Job?', even though when I play both songs back to back it isn't obvious to me why I think that. 3.5*
***** Ist eindeutig mein Lieblingssong vom neuen Album Musikalisch stark, guter Text einfach ein toller Pop(-Rock) song, könnt vielleicht eine spur abwechslungsreicher und ideenreicher sein, aber ich geb mal ne 5-
** Schlaffe Nummer für Typen, welche die Bild-Zeitung für glaubwürdig halten, den Audi 100 gut finden und in einem Kosmos leben, von dem sie glauben, dass es darüberhinaus keine besiedelten Gebiete mehr gibt. Frau Sauer findet so etwas ganz bestimmt hervorragend, aber der kann man auch erzählen, dass es wieder Dinosaurier gibt, und sie glaubt das kommentarlos.