Definition of 'pop song'
Example sentences containing 'pop song'
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This moody pop song is a good intro to her sound. The Sun (2016)I wanted to write a pop song like a Carole King song with that sort of emotion. The Sun (2016)This moody pop song is a good intro to her sound. The Sun (2016)I wanted to write a pop song like a Carole King song with that sort of emotion. The Sun (2016)It contains serviceable new pop songs and token audience participation. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We write pop songs with the perspective of being this old. The Sun (2009)We are obsessed with a good pop song since the days of Abba. The Sun (2008)We've written ten really good pop songs. The Sun (2008)They managed to be so experimental, yet write pop songs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The urge to write pop songs had not gone away, though. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not like the one in church, but singing pop songs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He appeared weekly alongside contestants, singing pop songs and country favourites during interludes. The Sun (2010)I was trying to write good pop songs. The Sun (2012)I have a great love of a good cheesy pop song. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Also she sings pop songs. The Sun (2015)We just strive to make really good pop songs and I think people are finally coming round to us. The Sun (2006)Shouldn't it be to do with whether you wrote a good, catchy pop song? The Sun (2015)It's been suggested that there are no new pop songs, only new ways to sing old ones. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's no different from having an awareness of what makes a good pop song, the two things have always gone hand in hand. The Sun (2007)
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