Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Without You by David Guetta featuring Usher

Without You (feat. Usher) Without You by David Guetta featuring Usher


Lyrics:



Watcha think I was gonna do
pack my things and leave without you
How many times I’ve gotted proove I’m not leaving without you
Watcha think I was gonna do
pack my things and leave without you
How many times I’ve gotted proove I’m not leaving without you
I’m not going anywhere (x2) Baby
Without you, without you, without you, without you..

(What you gonna do)

You’ve got me…?
stab my face to find…?
if you wait for me
then look behind you
I’m gonna find you
Did you .. want to
pack my thing I won’t to leave without you
Just how many times am I gonna hate you

Watcha think I was gonna do

pack my things and leave without you
How many times I’ve gotted proove I’m not leaving without you
Watcha think I was gonna do
pack my things and leave without you
How many times I’ve gotted proove I’m not leaving without you

You … face subscribe to
And I can fake..

… find you
Did you really thing that I was going to
pack my things and leave without you
whatch me fly…
keep on keep on keep on prooving that

Watcha think I was gonna do
pack my things and leave without you
How many times I’ve gotted proove I’m not leaving without you
Yeah, yeah, Yeah

I’m not goin’ anywhere (x2) Baby
Without you, Without you, Without you, Without you




Bio:

 France's David Guetta belongs to the sparkling wave of DJs that combine Daft Punk's sleek house music with a pinch of electroclash's punch. Guetta had been DJing around France playing popular tunes, but his brain was particularly rewired in 1987 when he heard a Farley Jackmaster Funk track on French radio. He taped the track, brought a copy to a gig, and promptly cleared the floor with it during one of his own sets. Things loosened up a year later when acid house came to France and Guetta successfully promoted his own club nights. It was during one of those nights in 1992 that he met Robert Owens, a Chicago-based house legend who was touring across European at the time. Guetta played Owens some of his own tracks, and Owens picked one he liked enough to sing over. The result was "Up and Away," a minor hit that lurked in garage DJ crates for the next four years. Guetta's carefree attitude -- that he only produces good music while he's having casual fun -- kept the DJ from releasing anything until 2001's "Just a Little More Love." The track featured American gospel singer Chris Willis, who met Guetta while on vacation in France. Another slow burner, "Just a Little More Love," kept popping up in sets for the next two years, first in an electro version and later in a pumped-up Wally Lopez remix. During this time, Guetta snuck out a bootleg remix of David Bowie's "Heroes," retitled "Just for One Day." Bowie gave the go-ahead to release the track officially, and Guetta soon had a massive hit on his hands. Guetta featured the liberated boot on his first mix CD, Fuck Me I'm Famous, named after Guetta's successful Ibiza-based party. The fun-loving slacker DJ finally got around to releasing a collection of his own productions in 2004, Just a Little More Love on Astralwerks. Guetta Blaster arrived that same year, followed by Poplife in 2007. Chris Willis sung lead vocals on the latter album, which spun off multiple dance singles in multiple countries. Fuck Me I'm Famous: International, Vol. 2 was then released in July 2008, giving listeners a taste of the stylish sounds that orchestrated Guetta's summer club events in Ibiza.

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