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Paradise by Cody Simpson

Song

Tears On Your Pillow

Cody Simpson

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Song

Tears On Your Pillow

Cody Simpson

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Label: Atlantic Recording Corp.
We're not going to mention that other cherub-cheeked, adolescent YouTube sensation in this review. After all, Cody Simpson's got his own sweetie-pie soulful pop show going on, in which he's cast as a wholesome Aussie surfer dude. So the title track is, naturally, an exercise in easygoing beachiness and summer breeze similes on which Simpson literally whistles while he works, while "Tears on Your Pillow" works a light dub groove. Our beach baby, meanwhile, charms the ladies with an approach that tempers vintage chivalry (the mother candy "Gentleman") with a pinch of cockiness ("Got Me Good").

About This Album

We're not going to mention that other cherub-cheeked, adolescent YouTube sensation in this review. After all, Cody Simpson's got his own sweetie-pie soulful pop show going on, in which he's cast as a wholesome Aussie surfer dude. So the title track is, naturally, an exercise in easygoing beachiness and summer breeze similes on which Simpson literally whistles while he works, while "Tears on Your Pillow" works a light dub groove. Our beach baby, meanwhile, charms the ladies with an approach that tempers vintage chivalry (the mother candy "Gentleman") with a pinch of cockiness ("Got Me Good").

Songs

About This Album

We're not going to mention that other cherub-cheeked, adolescent YouTube sensation in this review. After all, Cody Simpson's got his own sweetie-pie soulful pop show going on, in which he's cast as a wholesome Aussie surfer dude. So the title track is, naturally, an exercise in easygoing beachiness and summer breeze similes on which Simpson literally whistles while he works, while "Tears on Your Pillow" works a light dub groove. Our beach baby, meanwhile, charms the ladies with an approach that tempers vintage chivalry (the mother candy "Gentleman") with a pinch of cockiness ("Got Me Good").