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Annoying to some, maybe, but it is one of my FAVORITE songs! It's always a huge hit when I'm dancing either for American or Arabic crowds. Tarkan is da bomb! And so is this song. Thanks for posting it... it always makes me smile & want to dance :dance:


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Hey even I heard that song before on yahoo music. I like it cuz I'm weird like that. But it's not a song I could have on repeat or anything. It's just one of thsoe "Oh it came onto yahoo music player but I like it enough not to skip it" kinda things.


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I am also a fan of the song. I agree, over and over again would grate on the nerves, but I find it very upbeat.


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Okay I just watched the video for the first time. I had no idea what he looked like. He has very striking eyes. I can see why all of the women are following him....lol

I think I will stick with my hubby however. :dance:


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Annoying to some, maybe, but it is one of my FAVORITE songs! It's always a huge hit when I'm dancing either for American or Arabic crowds. Tarkan is da bomb! And so is this song. Thanks for posting it... it always makes me smile & want to dance :dance:

EXACTLY!!!

Thanks ME~n~HIM, this is also one of my FAVORITE songs too and Tarkan is also one of my favorite Turkish singers!

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Annoying to some, maybe, but it is one of my FAVORITE songs! It's always a huge hit when I'm dancing either for American or Arabic crowds. Tarkan is da bomb! And so is this song. Thanks for posting it... it always makes me smile & want to dance :dance:

EXACTLY!!!

Thanks ME~n~HIM, this is also one of my FAVORITE songs too and Tarkan is also one of my favorite Turkish singers!

Your avatar looks like its dancing to the song loooooooooool

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Hubby likes it. He was singing along. :lol:


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That song is nice too. Even my hubby did a little dance to it for me. :dance:


'Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - Chardonnay in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'WOO HOO, What a Ride'

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oooooOOOO .. ooooOOOOoooooooooooooo wow how catchy! i loved it .. This may be a stupid question but hubbys indesposed at the moment so I can't ask him. I know very little about foreign influences over other countries... Is Turkey, French influenced? It sounds very closed like the french to me.... There's a big difference between Turkish and Arabic..

The first song.. very addictive. I don't think I could have it on repeat but wouldn't turn the channel if it came on. mwah mwah!


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i've always liked that song too. LOL

someone else sings that song too that i cannot think of! driving me crazy now~! shakira uses a cut of it? is that it? arghhhhhhhhh i can't think! lol

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