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Why did people say Christina Aguilera wrote her songs but not Britney???

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mzncb

This never made sense to me.

The last time I checked, like Britney (with '...Baby One More Time', 'Oops I Did it Again' and 'Toxic'),  Christina Aguilera wrote neither of her signature hits, 'Genie in a Bottle' or 'Beautiful'.  

As for the rest of the songs Christina may have written, Britney has a bunch in her discography too.

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Ryusei

people have always been selective like that. Like the good ol' "Gaga can't sing" back in the day. Why did anyone say that? makes no sense 

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ssslyboy

I thought Cathy Dennis wrote Toxic.  Do I have that wrong?

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Loeppke

Because Britney has always had the "dumb blonde" image, whether it be true or not, and no one wants to believe she writes her own music. Though as a Britney fan I must admit she does not write as many songs as I would like to believe, though the songs that have writing credits ("Everytime," "Someday (I Will Understand)") have exceptional songwriting. 

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PinkPop

why are britney fans always pressed about christina

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TropicOfCANCER

Because Christina does work heavily on the crafting of her music, including lyrics, and vocal and overall production. She only really took a backseat with her debut album and lotus, but everything else has been the result of her own vision and effort. She was an executive producer on back to basics and every single song was cowritten by her. 

Also, Christina heavily wrote on “fighter” and “ain’t no other man,” some of her other signature songs. 

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CrazyMonster
16 minutes ago, ssslyboy said:

I thought Cathy Dennis wrote Toxic.  Do I have that wrong?

Yes she did. Britney didn’t write Baby, Oops & Toxic.

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Chris Martin
15 minutes ago, PressESCToQuit said:

[Chorus: Christina Aguilera]
You know you really wanna (hey), wanna taste my (woohoo)
You know you wanna get a peek, wanna see my (woohoo)
You know you wanna put your lips where my hips are (woohoo)
Kiss on my (woohoo) all over my (woohoo)
All the boys think it's cake when they taste my (woohoo)
You don't even need a plate, just your face, ha (woohoo)
Licky-licky yum-yum, what a great guy (woohoo)
Now kiss on my (woohoo) all over my (woohoo)
Kiss on my, all over my
Kiss on my, all over my

 

 

Define "heavily".

If you don't like the company
Let's just do it you and me
You and me
Or three
Or four
On the floor!

One, two, three
Not only you and me
Got one eighty degrees
And I'm caught in between
Countin'
One, two, three
Peter, Paul and Mary
Gettin' down with 3P
Everybody loves me
Oh

Britney didn't even sing in her albums, the definition of industry plant:messga:

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holy scheisse

Britney didn't write baby one more time. Can't remember where but there is a film/interview with her stating that she was given several records and upon hearing baby one more time, she knew that was the song she wanted to record.

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Supersonic

Christina wrote 88 of her 126 released songs, which amounts to 70% of her released discography.

Britney worte 47 of her 151 released songs, which amounts to 31% of her released discography.

All tracks used were either album tracks/stand-alone singles, no interludes.

People said it, because it is factual reality Brenda. Next question.

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TropicOfCANCER
18 minutes ago, PressESCToQuit said:

[Chorus: Christina Aguilera]
You know you really wanna (hey), wanna taste my (woohoo)
You know you wanna get a peek, wanna see my (woohoo)
You know you wanna put your lips where my hips are (woohoo)
Kiss on my (woohoo) all over my (woohoo)
All the boys think it's cake when they taste my (woohoo)
You don't even need a plate, just your face, ha (woohoo)
Licky-licky yum-yum, what a great guy (woohoo)
Now kiss on my (woohoo) all over my (woohoo)
Kiss on my, all over my
Kiss on my, all over my

 

 

Define "heavily".

Heavily would refer to the overall amount of contribution to the crafting of lyrics. Not sure what the content of the song itself has to do with the contribution made to its creation. Seems like a bit of a false equivalency going on here, but go off I guess. 

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TropicOfCANCER
4 minutes ago, Supersonic said:

Christina wrote 88 of her 126 released songs, which amounts to 70% of her released discography.

Britney worte 47 of her 151 released songs, which amounts to 31% of her released discography.

All tracks used were either album tracks/stand-alone singles, no interludes.

People said it, because it is factual reality Brenda. Next question.

Thank you. People hate facts on this site, and gays especially hate facts when it comes to Britney and her “artistry.”

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Davian
29 minutes ago, PressESCToQuit said:

[Chorus: Christina Aguilera]
You know you really wanna (hey), wanna taste my (woohoo)
You know you wanna get a peek, wanna see my (woohoo)
You know you wanna put your lips where my hips are (woohoo)
Kiss on my (woohoo) all over my (woohoo)
All the boys think it's cake when they taste my (woohoo)
You don't even need a plate, just your face, ha (woohoo)
Licky-licky yum-yum, what a great guy (woohoo)
Now kiss on my (woohoo) all over my (woohoo)
Kiss on my, all over my
Kiss on my, all over my

 

 

Define "heavily".

Whats wrong with writing silly lyrics?:oprah: As far as I know we weren’t talking about the meaning of their lyrics 

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What you want Lady Gaga🥂 What you want with Christina🥂
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Davian
7 minutes ago, PressESCToQuit said:

 

Heavily doesn't refer to the amount of contribution. It refers to the quality of the contribution. You said "works heavily on her lyrics" which is blatantly not true given that, even with the help of 3 other people, she still couldn't do anything more than a basic chorus

Meanwhile she is named as a writer on songs as Oh Mother and I’m OK. Very personal songs talking about her very abusive father. Sure, you can pick a silly song to strengthen your statement but it’s not fair.

 

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Davian
Just now, PressESCToQuit said:

A song being emotional and/or personal doesn't mean it's well written or produced. 

But if you listened to performance I posted you would hear it’s well written and produced. Otherwise I wouldn’t have picked that example:oops:

What you want Lady Gaga🥂 What you want with Christina🥂
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