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American Idol Prediction: Lil Rounds

Okay, now that I've knocked out my predictions for Danny Gokey and Adam Lambert, the next in age is Lil Rounds. Again, tomorrow's theme is "Songs From the Year You Were Born." Lil was born in 1984। I semi don't even care to make a prediction about Lil because despite my stellar predictions for her in the past ("I heard it through the grapevine"), she continues to pick songs that just age herself. But I will continue to torture myself.

So you've heard of the movie "How Stella Got Her Groove Back"? Well, we need to pick something that's going to get Lil's groove back. Here are my picks she could go for:

1. "What's Love Got To Do With It" (Tina Turner); Also, "Better Be Good To Me" by Tina is from 1984 as well.
2. "Let's Hear It For The Boy" (Deniece Williams)
3. "Time After Time" (Cyndi Lauper)
4. "Careless Whisper" (Wham)
The obvious choice would be, duh, Tina. But she could get some of that swagger on with "Carless Whisper" (you know the part . . We could have been so good together
We could have lived this dance forever, But noone's gonna dance with me
Please stay). Maybe not. Google it. So here it goes:
What I think Lil Will Sing: "What's Love Got To Do With It"
What I want Lil to Sing: "Careless Whisper" or a stripped-down, altered version of "Time After Time"

Thoughts? Predictions? Or does anyone even care about Lil anymore?

Comments

  1. Anonymous4/08/2009

    she nailed it! you that is . . not lil. :)

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