Leona Lewis / Avicii - Collide FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Pop music
Style: House, Electro
FLAC version ZIP size: 1289 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1510 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1184 mb
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You're all I want, yeah yeah I know you're the one, yeah. Crash into me At full speed Crash into me We can collide, we can collide. Crash into me At full speed We can collide. Crash into me We can collide. When you're in unfamiliar places Count on me through life's changes. Know that you're never alone In me you can find a home When you're in unfamiliar places Count on me through life's changes
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Music video by Leona Lewis, Avicii performing Collide. C) 2011 Simco Limited under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited. Well that was disappointing on Leona Lewis album Glassheart the song Collide with Avicil was not like the video on youtube, do any of you know where I can get the video version of this song with Leona Lewis with Avicil as I didn't like the album version thanks. 2 months ago. She still this song Avici and i thing Its not got listening this song.
Collide" is a song performed by British recording artist Leona Lewis and Swedish DJ and record producer Avicii. It was written by Tim Berg, Simon Jeffes, Arash Pournouri, Autumn Rowe, Sandy Wilhelm, with production helmed by Wilhelm under his production name Sandy Vee and The Young Boys. Collide" is a house inspired love song, that's instrumentation consists of piano riffs and a guitar. The song was recorded for Lewis' third studio album Glassheart, but was not included on the album's final track listing.
There is no question that Leona Lewis had took the world on by storm with Bleeding Love in 2008. But when it has came down to her last album, 2009's Echo, it felt like a dissapointment that didn't sparkle, with the acception of Happy, and her song I See You which was also brilliant from Avaitar. But for her latest single, she doesn't seem to bring in the drive she had before. Her latest single, teaming up with Avicii on Collide, doesn't feel like it is driven.