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Oh-oh, oh, oh, oh, oh-oh

Lauren, they ain't ready for this
Normani, they ain't ready for this
Camila, they ain't ready for this
Ally, Dinah Jane
Fifth Harmony

Don't go and waste your precious time with all the...


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    Aug 10th, 8:15pm report

    This song is written about no other than musical icon, Taylor Swift. The girls describe the woman as having "porcelain skin" and compares her Rihanna, Beyoncé and Madonna as well as other musical icons, of which Taylor lies amongst. The girls have been close friends with Taylor, especially Camila, for a while now after appearing on her 1989 World Tour and Camila is now an opening (solo) act on her reputation stadium tour. The girls wrote this song with Meghan Trainor during Taylor's 3 year break from the spotlight after facing personal obstacles such as her sexual assault trail which she won in 2017.


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    Dec 18th, 2015 12:22am report

    All about confidence


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    Dec 18th, 2015 12:20am report

    This song is a confidence booster. It also shows girl empowerment.

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