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Dear Mr. President
Who Knew
Cuz I Can
Fingers*

The best songs on the album are the haunting "Long Way To Happy," the tear-jerking yet biting "Dear Mr. President," the personal "Nobody Knows," the catchy as hell "Who Knew," and the Paul McCartney/Sheryl Crow-esque acoustic "The One That Got Away"; they all brilliantly showcase what a talent this young woman is and the potential she has for a long career in music. - Blogcritics.org

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Cuz I Can" flaunts one of the disc's goofiest, most endearing bits: Over Martin's glam-rock stomp, Pink drops an irreverent but apropos chorus of "Ice cream, ice cream, we all want ice cream," savagely satirizing her own aspirations. Like Courtney Love, this loose cannon wants to be the girl with the most cake. Unlike Love, Pink knows how to hold on to it.- Rolling Stone

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For hardcore Pink fans and collectors, note that the U.K. release features two tracks ("Fingers" and “Centerfold") that don’t appear on the U.S. version, while the song “Heartbreaker” (another nod to Ms. Benatar) appears on the “Stupid Girlz” single.

Boy, sucks Fingers isn't on the US release. It's one of the sexiest songs I've heard, evah. I hope the first 25 of you to click the link will agree.

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