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Dear Jessie Vs Little Star Vs Intervention Vs Superstar

Which is your favorite Madonna lullaby, so to speak?  

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  1. 1. My favourite ode of cuteness is....

    • Dear Jessie (Patrick Leonard's daughter)
    • Little Star (Lourdes)
    • Intervention (Rocco)
    • Superstar (Lola again)


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17 hours ago, material_boy said:

"Intervention," hands down. One of the best of her career, honestly. Criminally underrated and a standout track on that album -- rank stupidity that it wasn't rush released to radio after "AL" flopped.

Intervention

Little star

DJ

Superstar

 

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19 hours ago, material_boy said:

"Intervention," hands down. One of the best of her career, honestly. Criminally underrated and a standout track on that album -- rank stupidity that it wasn't rush released to radio after "AL" flopped.

This! This! This!

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Very close first between Dear Jessie & Intervention....but went with DJ.  Then Little Star and lastly Superstar.

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1. Intervention - Great

2. Dear Jessie - Good

3. Little Star - Okay

4. Superstar - Absolute shite

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20 hours ago, Kim said:

1. Intervention - Great

2. Dear Jessie - Good

3. Little Star - Okay

4. Superstar - Absolute shite

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Intervention

Dear Jessie

Little Star

 

 

 

 

 

 

Superstar

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I appreciate Dear Jessie, but I just personally have never been able to “get into it” 

Intervention is one of those songs I can’t listen to regularly. It’s just too heavy. Kind of like Oh Father. Gorgeous pieces of music, but certainly not feel good singalongs. 

Supetstar is easily one of the worst things she’s ever done. Ever. 

And then there’s Little Star. God I love this song. The lush production is so soothing and warm. Her vocals are soft and sweet. And I find the lyrics so sincere. I find it shocking when people say they’d cut this from the album. I’ve always thought it was the perfect lead in to Mer-Girl. 

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