The only problem with the new Jonas Brothers CD is that my twin sister and I are now completely in love with all of the Jonas Brothers. We tried so hard to not turn into crazy psychotic “I’m going to marry the Jonas Brothers” fans. I wouldn’t say we are crazy and psychotic about them and I won’t ever stalk them or any celebrity for that matter, but oh my God … I love them! And I hate them for making me love them. I am so ashamed of crushing on three celebrities at once.
And it’s all their new CD’s fault. The lyrics are so passionate and beautiful. My sister said, “You can see into their souls.” That’s a little cheesy, but the lyrics are just so beautiful, I just melt. All of the songs are written by one or more of the Jonas Brothers.
The boys major in pop and their CD gets an A+. A major success and it should be at the top. It was better than Miley’s Breakout. The songs include: “BB Good,” “Burnin’ Up,” “Shelf,” “One Man Show,” “Lovebug,” “Tonight,” “Can’t Have You,” “Video Girl,” “Pushin’ Me Away,” “Sorry,” “Got Me Going Crazy,” and “A Little Bit Longer.”
My favorite is “Video Girl.” A great song to listen to when you’re upset, the boys share in your pain by singing about superficial girls who only want fame or money. For the record, I only love them, because of their song lyrics. It’s catchy and fun. And how do you argue with a song that has the line, “You know it’s bad when your mamma doesn’t like her.” Her being the girl that one of the Jonas Brother were dating.
The Jonas Brothers’ first single off the album was “Burnin’ Up.” Another great song with a great music video. It’s always stuck in my head. The only problem that I have with this song is that this random guy comes in and starts rapping or something. I think it was Big Rob, their body guard. Now, in my opinion, it killed the mood, but it was still a wonderful song. Easy to dance to and energetic. I should play it in the morning sometimes.