Kau: Is that out-of-this-world Eurythmics meets Depeche Mode synth on the radio edit too?However, you can hear prominent whispering in the chorus now, which i find quite sexy in a song. I can only compare it to the "ooooh"'s in New York City Lights somewhere towards the end of the song.
Mr. PJ: Hello. It's there, sort of, but in the background of the verses rather than as a 'prominent riff'.
After being on the PJ Almighty for what seemed like forever, it has finally become the song of the day! Yay! Listen to the clip on PopJustice:
Thank you Mr. PJ!
Oh and here's what he had to say about the song:
This is a song so completely above-average that just thirty seconds will leave you holding your head in your hands while softly sobbing "why? WHY? WHY IS THIS SONG SO AMAZING? HOW, HAVING BEEN GRANTED THIS SMALL GLIMPSE INTO THE WORLD OF THE NEARLY-PERFECT POP TUNE, WILL I EVER BE ABLE TO LISTEN TO ANOTHER SONG EVER AGAIN? DAMN YOU SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR. DAMN YOU 'BIFF AND THE FREEMASONS'. DAMN YOU FASCINATION RECORDS. DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL'.
And then, of course, you'll have a bit of a cup of tea, maybe listen to 'Bad Romance' a few times and gradually you'll start to calm down but let's be honest here, 'Bittersweet' is pretty much the complete opposite of a crap pop record.
WELCOME BACK SOPHIE.
It so totally beats Bad Romance, but whatever!