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szdaily -> Culture
Song of the Week
    2017-November-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Love So Soft

Kelly Clarkson

Yeah

Every kiss is a door

Can I knock on yours?

Can we knock a little more?

If a touch is a key

Keep on twisting, keep on locking, keep on turning me

Let me in

I wanna be closer to you, let you under my skin

If I let you in

You gotta be careful with it

Let me tell you again, hey

Love so soft, you ain’t had nothing softer

Break it then you buy it and it sure gonna cost ya

Love so soft that you can’t rub off

You gon’ love it if you try it

Got you hooked, now you’re caught up

Love so soft, so soft

Love so soft, so soft

If a thought was the truth

We’d be doing all the kinds of things I know you wanna do

But I need, need to know (need to know)

Will you protect me, respect me if I let you close?

Let (oh, let) me in (let me in, let me in)

I wanna be closer to you, let you under my skin

If I let (if I let) you in (let you in, let you in)

You gotta be careful with it

Let me tell you again, hey

...

If you want this love, got to hold it tight

Never let it go, baby, let it give you life (give you life)

If you want this love, got to hold it tight

Never let it go, baby, let it give you life

...

Review

“Love So Soft” is one of two singles released upon the announcement of “Meaning of Life,” the “American Idol” winner’s seventh album. There are retro cues and vibes on this minor-key pop record, which prove to be a perfect match for Clarkson. Such cues include the punchy*, boxy drums, gospel*-driven backing vocals and horns. The repetitive, biting chorus is modern, in line with the gimmicky* pop that dominates the industry these days. The singer’s pitch is great, her tone ripe, and the nuances add the cherry on top.

 

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