**** Sure its become the butt of many jokes and derision but it really is a fine piece of pop music. Unfortuntaely because it was recorded by such a young person it was always going to have a stigma attached to it when looking back on it. At least its production values don't scream I was made in Australia like so many other pieces of pop that we produced.
*** OK, it's cheesy and lame, sure. And Nikki Webster is the go to artist for anytime you need a music joke. But this isn't that bad of a pop song. Pity, and the fun I have singing this at karaoke push the rating up.
***** I admit some of Nikki's other singles were a bit cheap and Australian pop sounding but this song is a complete guilty pleasure, it's actually a really good catchy pop song with great production values and I think it deserved it's chart success. The music video was actually (at the time) the most expensive music video ever made in this country.
* I wished I was living in the United States at the time because the song was stupid, retarded and GAY! One of the heros that put this song off number 1 was Shaggy and Uncle Kracker, they make better music than this bitch!
*** Honestly it's not that bad. Sure it's cheesy but it is very catchy and there's nothing that horrendous about it imo. A better singer could've done made this even better tbh. Was always going to suffer due to her young age but really, there's much worse out there. Chart run was certainly overdone but lol at it getting 7 weeks at #2. Last edited: 23.09.2015 09:07
****** It came out when I was 11 and I didn't think much of it to be honest. I like it a lot more now I'm older. It's not actually that bad at all, there are millions of worse songs out there! It was the 21st best selling single in Australia for 2001.