Chris Brown Electric Guitar Lyrics
Though Chris Brown has not talked about the personal information about their assault of Rihanna in interviews to market the Dec. 8 launch of "Graffiti, " several songs through the just-leaked album appear to straight address the singer's emotions about his ex-girlfriend.
"I might have cheated at first/ I happened to be wrong for writing 'Disturbia'/ But we meant it in 'Forever'/We were said to be together/And i can not let you go, " Brown sings on "known Girl." The 20-year-old wrote the song "Disturbia" for Rihanna's "great woman Gone Bad" record album, while "Forever" likely refers to his or her own hit of the same name that spawned a viral wedding movie.
Brown additionally sings, "Sorry we bust the house windows out your car or truck, " regarding song, possibly alluding to reports he smashed the screen of a vehicle during a disagreement with Rihanna that took place ahead of the February attack.
As well as "Famous Girl, " Brown dabbles in a variety of impacts throughout "Graffiti, " from party and rock to reggae, pop not to mention, R&B. The slow jam "simply take My Time" functions Tank and recalls Brown's smooth-talking 2008 solitary "Take You Down." On '80s-influenced "I.Y.A., " Brown AutoTune'd sound echoes, "we want to awaken in your arms." Producers Da Bizness and Brian Kennedy, whom in addition handled "Disturbia, " borrow from Eric Prydz's 2005 European Hot 100 chart-topper "turn to me personally" the dance-R&B track "pass-out."
"Wait, " featuring Trey Songz and Game, provides a thumping beat that rivals "I'm able to Transform Ya, " Brown's lead solitary from "Graffiti" that at this time appears at No. 20 regarding the Hot 100. The ballad "Fallin' Down" includes rock elements and features Brown's vocals at their particular most raw. Brown additionally dabbles in reggae in the song "Brown body woman" featuring Sean Paul.
Like "Famous woman, " Brown's second solitary "Crawl" suggests that the singer want to be reunited together with ex-girlfriend (the tune recently entered Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at No. 69). On "Sing Like Me, " but Brown conveys a completely various sentiment, featuring about his star condition along with his abilities with females over a beat that harkens R. Kelly's "Feelin' on Yo Booty."
Very striking tracks in the album, "I'll Go" is a rich ballad that artistically blends piano with violins and electric guitar. "There's a star into the hand of my hand/ and I also think it's yours/ unless you want it I quickly'll understand/ You deserve alot more, " laments Brown.