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Hey Guys. I have fallen in love with Mika's new single 'Elle Me Dit'. I don't understand any of the lyrics, but I still love it. Although the cover art has no "Mika look" to it, the song is pure Mika magic!!! What do you think of it? =========================================================== LYRICS
Can't wait to hear from all of you Reports Report by Kasia_xxx http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4026795 Short report by Tiibet http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4026840 Report by Silver http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4026857 Short report by Jonc http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4026875 Report by Littlelady http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027023 Report by *Vv* http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027047 Report by Mysti1990 http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027080 Report by Jasminority http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027095 Report by LaraMay http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027122 Report by Mellody http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027183 Videos Videos by Lilo Lollipop: Over My Shoulder Happy Ending without mic: Underwater Mika - Lollipop part 2 Mika - Relax, 2015/10/18, London Mika - Origin Of Love, London (the beginning) Mika - Grace Kelly, 2015/10/18, London Mika - Origin Of Love, London the beginning Mika - Boum Boum Boum, 2015/10/18, London Mika - Big Girl, 2015 October 18, London Mika - Talk About You, 2015/10/18, London Mika - Good Wife, 2015 October 18, London Mika - No Place In Heaven 2015 October 18 London Videos by Tiibet Hurts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vvrzR4AHmCU Boum Boum Boum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K398gcjvrfE Videos by Melyssa OMS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24t6VJaNlQQ Hurts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op9mi9IaG8I Happy Ending https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNocQ7TQ0w8 Videos by Zel Promiseland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFROK9gN-W0 Happy Ending https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWY9rleNoEA Good Guys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0t_I41PkZCc Prelude to Grace Kelly https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3daGmyx157I Origin of Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRrzdoJUd2U Lollipop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2YY1JExGug Relax https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6iL8TrdwQM Videos in a playlist by luvin mika 4eva https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0ToLOBoRZ591zf4Hj86ALHFNHVpnUjIR Videos by Mellody No Place in Heaven https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TukIEgfBaiY Bit of Talk About You with houses and stars https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUqfO_S0AeE Talk and Lollipop https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5VJPtp9Yw8 Talk and OMS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohoteqLoTMI Hurts https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nckY0UxUh3U Finale & flags https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHlz-GEqm4Q Photos Pics by Anne-Marie Forker https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10207611314228137.1073741835.1449379904&type=1&l=f766f679a5 Pics by Tina78 http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4026921 Pics by Blue Eyes https://www.facebook.com/julesnkev.morrissey/media_set?set=a.10206774744181020.1073741853.1047691194&type=3&pnref=story Pics by LaraMay http://www.mikafanclub.com/topic/32216-adelphi-theater-london-18-october-2015-reportspicsvids/?p=4027122 Pics by Vixenbbw https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153648057186226.1073741890.673876225&type=1&l=7531893594 And there are more so I'll update
BBC Review Too schizophrenic of design to successfully sell its positives. Mike Diver 2009-09-11 While it may come as a surprise to those blinkered to the machinations of the music industry, Mika’s ascent to superstardom around the time of his debut album, 2007’s Life in Cartoon Motion, wasn’t exactly smooth. A spread of negative reviews for the Grace Kelly-spawning long-player did nothing to disrupt its commercial success. But Mika, as a musician who writes his own material, must surely have taken a few less-than-favourable assessments to heart – if not, it would only support the suggestion that his quirk-laden fare can’t mean much to the man himself. So expectations for this follow-up incorporate hope that Mika has developed his sound following so much exposure, so many new experiences and a much bigger budget to play with. And, certainly, The Boy Who Knew Too Much is bolder of arrangement than its predecessor – sometimes haphazardly, and sporadically disastrously, but never boringly. Mika’s classical background can lead him down cluttered compositional avenues, but when he turns down the contrast between structural elements, the results are hugely enjoyable. Both I See You and By the Time are pretty arrangements that find Mika’s occasionally questionable vocals complementing elegant piano lines well – the former is particularly striking in its accomplished articulating of melancholy, with no clunky couplet tripping over its sparely employed strings. It must surely be a single. In fact, it could very well be Mika’s finest moment yet. Closer Pick Up Off the Floor rather undoes the good work of the aforementioned brace by coming over indecently theatrical, but it’s the only other track here that aims for the heart rather than a temporary embrace for a silly, drive-time sing-along. The lyrical drivel of lead single We Are Golden, Blame it on the Girls and Good Gone Girl is, sadly, fuel for the fires burning in the bellies of Mika’s fiercest critics, and salvation via the George Michael-echoing Touches You arrives as too little, too late. Mika needs to find a balance between the polar musical worlds he’s so intent on occupying, between mature sensitivity and worrying puerility. Because, until then, his indulgences will always overshadow songs that are really quite beautiful. A disaster it’s not, then, but The Boy… is sure to attract no little vitriol from other corners of the music press, opinions swayed by its schizophrenic nature. http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/4xp2