I don’t suppose that it really counts as a cover though, because eSNa wrote “Gentleman” in Korean for Mamamoo, but either way, the English version is just as exquisite as the Korean one. This isn’t a song for everyone, it barely borders on pop, staying much more towards swing and jazz. In composition, the only major change between the different language versions is the removal of the rap section from the Korean to the English version. I could see this song being played in small coffee shops across America. I wish her success as a singer and songwriter in Korea, but honestly I would love it if she was able to make it big in America as well.
Lastly, I want a guy to look at me the same way that he looked at her in the lyrics of the song. That was the craziest heartbeat.
Edited by: LeighDarling
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