Boys Vs. Girls

I talk a good game about Calvin Harris, but I don’t think I’ve actually featured any of his solo work. Because it’s irrelevant. Kidding.

“The Girls” was a song that I found so incredibly ridiculous that I knew I had to hit play once more. The song, which echoes his concerns over being fawned by millions of types of ladies, conveys deep rooted emotions regarding his inability to love everyone at once. In a bouncy little synth-rock jam. And that he doesn’t mind a little pudginess in the middle when he’s sticking it to them. The video’s a bit silly, a lot choreographed, and features none of the women he actually speaks about in the song. Hypocrisy at its finest. It also features him bouncing around nervously, some fancy footwork, and an ending that rivals the “genius” of Feist’s 1,2,3,4.

Then, the band Dragonette, who have just been unjustly dropped from their U.K. label, decided to make a naughty little cover, called “The Boys.” This move forced millions to have to choose their favorite version of the song (mainly based on which gender’s lusting they most prefer.) Naturally, I hear the bisexuals enjoy both versions. Greedy little bastards. Note the video below:

And you, what do you think?

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