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Ace of Base

Don't Turn Around (3:49)

Don't Turn Around" is a popular song written by Albert Hammond and Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by Tina Turner as the B-side to the single "Typical Male" in 1986. Warren is said to have been disappointed that Turner's record company treated the song as a B-side and never included it on one of her albums. However it has since been included on the rarities disc of the 1994 compilation The Collected…

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If you want to leave
I won't beg you to stay
And if you gotta go darling
Maybe it's better that way

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  • This is guilty pleasure music, for sure.
  • Better than the Original!
  • still good!
  • ☆--:*:--☆:*:--☆--super--☆--:*:--☆:*:--☆
  • Lady Gaga totally stole this song, fact. [7]
  • ace of base is the guilty pleasure i enjoy because of a lot of childhood memories.
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  • Anyways, I meant to say that I love the whole album and this song is no exception. I like both songs, but I like this one more.
  • I don't agree. It's called borrowing the chord line and many artists of today "borrow" songs and make their own song out of it. Most of the time, it ends in failure, but Gaga is an icon, like it or not. I may not like all of her work, but I like the majority of it. I don't think she's on the same page as artists such as David Bowie, but she is popular in her own respected right. Borrowing songs will always be a popular tradition in the music world.

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