F.U.S.S.

Album: Back to Basics (2006)
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  • In this song Christina sings about someone in her musical past who let her down or doubted her. The line, "We wrote 'Loving Me 4 Me, don't Walk Away, Can't Hold Us Down, all part of our history, Don't forget Infatuation, I'm a Fighter, Feeling Underappreciated" indicates the song is directed at Scott Storch, who produced her 2002 album Stripped and was the co-writer of the songs she mentioned. This brings to light a new meaning to the title: F--k You Scott Storch. >>
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    Ciara - Limerick, Ireland
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Comments: 2

  • Nadia from Phoenix, AzThe Tital F*U*S*S*
    F*ck You Scott Storch

    She felt betrayed by him, thought he should have some oloyalty after they did so many songs together on the last album...

    This song is a big finger in the air to him.
  • Violet from Santa Barbara , CaI couldn't decide if I liked this song or not.
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