Why Does Dua Lipa’s ‘Love Again’ Sound Familiar?
Dua Lipa can do no wrong. "Love Again" is her 4th single from Future Nostalgia and it is a bop. The hits literally just keep coming!
However, people of a certain age might hear "Love Again" and think to themselves, "Why does that sound so familiar?"
Well, "Love Again" uses the same sample that White Town "Your Woman" used in 1997.
But, White Town was borrowing from a 1932 song, "My Woman" by Lew Stone & His Monseigneur Band.
The original writers of that 1932 version include Bing Crosby, Max Wartell, and Irving Wallman. They are all credited as writers on all the versions.
There you go! A sample for three generations!
Some things are truly timeless.
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