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With that dictum, songs such as “Come and Get Me” and the Auto Tuned “Whatchu Mean” are snaky, sexy workouts that play on themes of romance, truth, and Stevie Wonder.The first commencement in 1824 was considered an important event for the young city of Washington, D. During the Civil War, most students left to join the Confederacy and the college's buildings were used as a hospital and barracks.Walt Whitman was among many of the volunteers to work on the campus.The latter track in particular is smart and funny in that it rhymes “At first they couldn’t see, now everybody wanna be us … I got a stripper friend who told me she believe in Jesus.” Then there’s ’s wealth of simmering, stately ballads, such as the clicking “I’ll Find You” (with Aussie vocalist Tori Kelly) and the somber cello- and falsetto-driven “Cry for You” with its weird, well-being boast “It’s so hard to confess / When everybody thinks you’re perfect.” Amen to that.
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