So Good

Album: Come And Get It (2005)
Charted: 10
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about having confidence. If, after being with someone who you thought loved you and cared for you - the one person who you thought you can trust - cheats or betrays you, this song is for you. It is about believing in yourself, showing that person who hurt you that you are still strong, that you can stand the test of time, that you can do so much better without him.
  • This dance track starts off with an electro beat, with confident verses which lead into a powerful chorus. Time Out New York called it "a glorious, I-Will-Survive-esque anthem." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Randay - Brossard, QC, for above 2

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