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DEAN LEWIS - 7 MINUTES (SONG)
Year:2019
Music/Lyrics:Nick Atkinson
Edd Holloway
Dean Lewis
Producer:Nick Atkinson
Edd Holloway
Dylan Nash
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Island 00602577384738


TRACKS
2019-01-18
Digital Island 00602577384738 (UMG) / EAN 0602577384738
1. 7 Minutes
3:31
   

AVAILABLE ON FOLLOWING MEDIA
VersionLengthTitleLabel
Number
Format
Medium
Date
3:317 MinutesIsland
00602577384738
Single
Digital
2019-01-18
3:31The Dome Vol. 89Polystar
0600753865286
Compilation
CD
2019-03-08
3:31A Place We KnewIsland
7750955
Album
CD
2019-03-22
3:31Best Of 2019 - FrühlingshitsPolystar
060075386787 (7)
Compilation
CD
2019-03-29
3:30We Love Summer 2019Polystar
0600753875940
Compilation
CD
2019-05-31
MUSIC DIRECTORY
Dean LewisDean Lewis: Discography / Become a fan
DEAN LEWIS IN NORWEGIAN CHARTS
Singles

TitleEntryPeakweeks
Be Alright35/2018238
 
Albums

TitleEntryPeakweeks
A Place We Knew13/20192515
SONGS BY DEAN LEWIS
7 Minutes
A Place We Knew
Adore
Be Alright
Chemicals
Don't Hold Me
For The Last Time
Half A Man
Hold Of Me
Let Go
Lose My Mind
Need You Now
Stay Awake
Straight Back Down
Time To Go
Used To Love (Martin Garrix & Dean Lewis)
Waves
ALBUMS BY DEAN LEWIS
A Place We Knew
Same Kind Of Different [EP]
 
REVIEWS
Average points: 3.91 (Reviews: 11)
***
Aardige nieuwe single.
****
Het zal moeilijk worden het succes van Be Alright te evenaren maar een desnoods wat kleiner tweede hitje mag Dean Lewis van mij hier wel mee halen.
****
<br>"I forgot to Love you, Love you Love you..." Dank dem guten Refrain eine gute 4.
****
...neue Single des Australiers Dean Lewis, der sich, wie er selbst sagt, an seine Zeit in London und an das Girl das er dort kannte, erinnert - melodisch hübsch umgesetzte Gedanken mit hüpfendem Rhythmus...
****
Problemlos fast jederzeit anzuhören.
*****
Some minor problems with lyrics aside (how can you forget to love someone?), I'm really liking this. Dean's songwriting has gotten better and better as time goes on.
**
Typische Massenware fürs Radio. Klingt die Strophe sogar noch vergleichsweise gelungen, ist der Love-you-love-you-love-you-Refrain nur noch nervig und macht alles kaputt.
****
Trotz des durchschnittlichen Refrains eine aufgerundete 4.
****
nice
****
Der Song ist ganz gut, die Stimme etwas larmoyant.<br>witzigerweise hab ich den am Dienstag im Radio gehört und ein paar Minuten später den Hit von Youssou N'Dour und Neneh Cherry, der ist kürzer.
*****
In the vein of the much loved (by me) "Be Alright", this was another instantly likable Dean Lewis track. Touching on the theme of a relationship breakdown once more, this covers slightly different ground. Where "Be Alright" is a story where the other party is at fault, on "7 Minutes" we have Dean himself taking the blame, which allows for a wider range of emotions to be expressed. While "I forgot to love you" is an odd lyric taken at face value, it's really just an admission of fault; that she was right to end things. This adds to the sense of heartbreak contained in the song, because while he may now know where things went wrong, he can't necessarily fix them. The lyrics paint this picture very well, and by using specific memories and moments from the past, a real sense of what has been lost can be built. Referencing "Chasing Cars" in the second verse was a good move too, because that song is excellent. It's not just the lyrics which give the feeling of heartbreak though, almost everything about the song adds to that. The guitar itself, right from the opening notes of the song, feels tinged with sadness. Dean's mostly mournful vocal also evokes feelings of pain and loss. There is what feels like a glimmer of hope offered in the chorus and the incredibly catchy pre-chorus where Dean has "figured it out" and the drums kick in. Dean's vocal shifts from sad to hopeful and the heightened production and energy take the song away from the place of sadness it had been in. At the end of the day, even though it's probably futile, there's always hope.
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