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Carter, Aaron - What Kind of Girl?
In 1997 in Germany on Heart Attack, Aaron claimed that his 2nd single was "Baby Girl". But, Aaron doesn't even HAVE a song called "Baby Girl"!!!! His 2nd single was "Crazy Little Party Girl"! Geez..he doesn't even know his own songs? LOL!
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Eri writes:
Aaron's song in the U.S. could be named something but in Europe it could be named something else. Like when I was in Israel, Aaron's song was called Baby Girl not Crazy something something...
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rocknrollchick1515 writes:
You should give him a break; I mean really he was only what, 9 or 10 at the time? Plus, maybe he was trying to decide whether to call his song crazy little party girl or baby girl come on people think!
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Super Troke writes:
Why give him a break? How is pointing out a slip up on a website designed to point out slip ups not giving him a break? It isn't like someone created a massive website about it and is out there selling T-Shirts with the quote printed on it and dragging his name through the mud. If something was said wrong, or messed up then it would be considered a slip up regardless whether the slip up was presented in a perceived negative light(which in this case I don't see how it was). These discussions are here in order for people to express their opinions on the validity and magnitude of any slip ups; not to express anger towards anyone thinking it a slip up in the first place. If his song was titled differently and the kid(at the time) messed it up, then it is certainly a slip up. It doesn't mean anyone hates him or is questioning his talent(that's for a completely different forum) it's just showing confirming what you're here to see: slip ups.
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Annaliese writes:
Hey, maybe it was just his nick name for the song or something like that. I've never heard the song before but does it have the words "baby girl" it it? That would make sense to me then.
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