I've been watching you like a hawk I know you're hiding something When we're together I can hardly breathe I feel like it's gonna spill out of me what I believe I would rather wait till it looks so bad That you can't no longer hide it from me I would rather wait for the chance to catch you red handed You've got a girlfriend in this city You got a girlfriend in this city Oh, is your girlfriend pretty Does she look like me Does she blow your mind all the time Or are you just passing time You've got a girlfriend in this city And it's not me I stay at home on the other side of town Waiting all out when you bring me flowers You are far away and what I don't know won't hurt me, but it do And worse, it's killing you, all the guilt inside, I can see it, it's true You've got a girlfriend in this city You got a girlfriend in this city Oh, is your girlfriend pretty Does she look like me And I'm dying to know what she's like Although I know it won't make this right You've got a girlfriend in this city And it's not me Does she wear her hair up or her hair down Is she quite or is she loud Does she dress up or she dress down Why are you keeping her around Who is she to you Who is she to you Who is she to you Who is she to you Who is she to you Who is she to you You've got a girlfriend in this city You've got a girlfriend in this city Oh, I hear your girlfriend's pretty I wanna see Does she blow your mind all the time Or are you just passing time You've got a girlfriend in this city And it's not me Girlfriend in this city...
I'm happy people like seeing us together."Yet, these comments come in retrospect.
As is often the case, Timberland and Furtado fell out after the release of the album over legal issues and because Timberland didn't believe that Furtado was "grateful" enough.
The album was noted for its introspective lyrics, live instrumentation and rockier soundscape, something the singer put down to being influenced by her parents' immigration to Canada from the Azores in the 1960s."When I look at my old photo albums, I see pictures of their brand-new house, their shiny new car, their first experiences going to very North American-type places like Kmart," she told .
"When you have that in your blood, you never really part with it – it becomes your own personal folklore." In fact, Furtado explained, it was her pregnancy that was a "big part of why the album is so mellow".
So in 6th grade I packed a bag of socks in my pants to give me the illusion of thickness. Basically, being 'thic' means having curves in the most stereotypical ways (hourglass).
Needless to say it was super obvious and I def got laughed at lol Which is why it's funny when I hear whites act like this thick ass & thighs phenomenon is a "recent". I have also noticed that 'thic' ladies are never the ones who get really chubby in the face. I can imagine that it means that some 'thic' women feel the need to work out certain body parts A LOT just to keep the image of great curves. "It's good to be proud of what you do, and I think Tim and I really did create something new.I'm proud we were able to celebrate our chemistry on such a large level. At the time, Furtado was riding high on Timberland-assisted bangers like 'Promiscuous' and 'Maneater', and, along with Justin Timberlake, she crafted a sound that would permeate pop music for years to come. Launching her career proper in 2000 with the Grammy-winning single 'I'm Like a Bird', Furtado was more closely aligned to folk music.While tracks like 'Turn Off the Light' and 'Shit On the Radio' flirted with electronics, they did so with more of a nod to William Orbit than the synth-heavy R&B that would populate Stone said, it was "wild-ass pop go-go, filled with songs that pursue adventure yet could still make the hit parades".Jimmy Iovine from Interscope suggested that Nelly jump in the studio with Timberland, so she travelled down to Florida to begin work on the album at The Hit Factory.