London Bridge (4:01)

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“London Bridge” is a song co-written and performed by pop singer Fergie for her debut album, The Dutchess. It contains a sample taken from “Down To The Night Club” by Tower Of Power. It was released as the lead single from the album on July 18, 2006, and was Fergie’s first single as a solo artist. As of April 2009, “London Bridge” has sold over 2,000,000 copies in the United States.

The song was produced by Polow da Don, with lyrics by Sean Garrett and Fergie. Fergie describes the song as being “kind of like a punch in the face to let people know I’m coming out… I’ve been getting way too into myself nowadays and I just wanna have fun with as many men as I can possible.” The song is a club track that lightly touches on personal lyrics about fame and celebrity. This song also begins with tornado or air raid sirens blaring after “Oh Shit!” or “Oh Snap!” is shouted twice.

The “album version” features a skit at the end; the “explicit version” (also known as the “normal dirty version”) excludes the skit at the end; the “clean version” replaces “Oh Shit!” with “Oh Snap!”, excludes the words ho and ass and the outro is altered.


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