|I gots one! It's kind of a mellow song, with two singers, one male, one female. The male has a Jamaican accent (and reminds of Wyclef Jean) and the female kinda has a voice similar to (or is) Erykah Badu.|
I remember a part where the two singers switch off in the chorus and sing "love you" at the end of each line. At one point, they say "love me." Real descriptive, I know.
And then there was a scat repeated throughout, which I think went something like "badu badi badu mmm-de de".
This sounds like it could possibly be "Shut Up" by (The?) Black Eyed Peas, although i could well be proved wrong...
One i have: what's the cheesy pop/dance tune, possibly by some "boy band" from the late 80s or early 90s, that contains the lyrics "I am not a woman, I am not a man, I am something that you'll never understand"? More than anything because i've had that lyric intermittently stuck in my head for quite a while, and, because i've been thinking a lot about transgender and intersex issues, would like to know the lyric's context...