Criticize (Critical Edit) - Alexander ONeal - Criticise (Double Groove 10 Edition)
It was the second single from O'Neal's second solo album, Hearsay The song's distinctive backing vocals were performed by Lisa Keith. Following the successful chart performances of the Hearsay single " Fake ", "Criticize" was released as the album's second single. The songs lyrics are a personal commentary, critical of a nagging ex-lover, who criticizes his "friends", "ideals", "lifestyle", and "feeling[s]". The song peaked at No. It was also one of his only two hits to chart in the Republic of Ireland reaching No.
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