American Idol Top 4
May 12, 2011 by Post Team
American Idol Top 4, It is almost impossible to have lived in this country at any time in the last 60 years and have not heard a song written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, even if they do not realize. Along with the rules tattooed on her brain as “Stand By Me,” “Love Potion No. 9″ and “On Broadway” many of the most memorable of Elvis Presley mega-hits were written by the duo, as “Jailhouse Rock. “And” Hound Dog “But here’s the hard thing for the American Idol Top 4 tonight, as compared to the Leiber and Stoller song: Many of their songs sound a lot of time (a polite way to call the music date), yet her lyrics are still very brave. Take the hit “Dance With Me”, which has the singer pleading her (or his) partner dance to get “more and more”, and “more and stronger” to “maybe we’ll be lovers / When the music ends. “Yeah, not so much to see Lauren and Scotty having that song, right? Moreover, with Lady Gaga in the intensification and guest mentor, anything is possible.
Fortunately, we stated Leiber & Stoller songs that could best help each of the 4 that the top 3 (they’re supposed to sing two songs each to complete the 90-minute episode), and that the songs should be avoid at all costs. Check out our picks below, and then let us know what songs I think I should have tonight.
NO CANTA: “I (Who Have Nothing)” (hey, it worked for Jordin Sparks, this girl desperately needs a time) and “Love Potion No. 9?
NO CANTA: “Is that all?”
NO CANTA: “Down in Mexico” and “There Goes My Baby”
NO CANTA: “On Broadway”
NO SING: “King Creole” (Elvis Live version) and “Stand By Me” (but only if he sings as he did “You’ve Got a Friend”, simply and sincerely – any cheesy eyebrow action, and this song is DOA)
NO CANTA: “Charlie Brown”
NO CANTA: “I’m A Woman” (yes, Melinda Doolittle died this song, but Haley confidence to do their own thing with it) and “Love Me”
NO CANTA: “Little Egypt (Ying-Yang)”
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