Forgotten Songs! – This Week – Some Girls

There are so many songs that are out there everywhere then all of a sudden they disappear and you only hear from them on cheesy countdowns run by music channels over Christmas if you are lucky.

So roll up and welcome to Forgotten Songs where we celebrate these forgotten wonders.


Some Girls (Dance With Women) – JC Chasez

Joshua Scott Chasez, also known as JC Chasez was part of one of the biggest boybands in America – *NSYNC. In 2003 he decided to pursue a solo music career when the band were on hiatus.

Some Girls (Dance With Women) was the lead single off of JC Chasez debut album Schizophrenic. The single was released on the 11th November 2003 in the US and the 12th April 2004 in Europe. It was written by JC Chasez, Bradley Daymond and Alexander Greegs and produced by Riprock ‘n’ Alex G. The single was released under Jive Records.

From reading into the ideology of this song apparently it’s a song talking about why some girls dance with other women to get attention. Apparently JC Chasez was meant to appear at the Super Bowl 2004 half time show with Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson but the NFL feared the lyrics to this song were too sexual.

I was aware that JC has a solo career but never really listened to his music. Listening to the now song now, I am not a fan. First of all I find it forgettable and the lyrics get lost in the beat. Then when you hear the lyrics they are not the best. The music has a very strong bassline and I think that is the start of the problems. They say some things don’t age well, I personally think this is one of them.

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