Bouncing Off The Ceiling (Upside Down)

Album: Teen Spirit (2000)
Charted: 10 93
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  • This song tells the story about a girl falling in love with a boy and her world turning upside down as a result.
  • The video shows the band in an alternative world. Wade Robson, who worked with Britney Spears and NSYNC, was the choreographer for the dance moves featured. Sara Lumholdt has a scene where she flies while singing her lines in the middle of the song.
  • Written by the Swedish songwriter/producers Gustav Jonsson (Grizzly), Tommy Tysper, and Marcus Sepehrmanesh (Mack), this was the first A-Teens release that was not a cover song. Their first album, The ABBA Generation, was a collection of ABBA covers. >>
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    Margaret - Worcester, MA, for above 3
  • Outside of the United States and Canada, this song is simply titled "Upside Down."
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