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Amy is refering to Amy winehouse.... Hence rehab never looked so good.... Definentaly Amy winehouse...






Help Yourself - Amy Winehouse song - was created in 2003.


Just Friends - Amy Winehouse song - was created in 2006.


Amy Winehouse released the song "Rehab" on October 23, 2006. The song has been covered by many artists, and is considered to be Amy Winehouse's signature song.


Yes the song by Amy winehouse can be sung by boys and has been Coverd many times by men.


"Valerie" is the name of the song.


Just listen to the song and you should understand....


A real quick search on "VALERIE SONG" (which you could have done yourself) gave me these names on the first 2 pages alone. The Monkees Steve Winwood The Zutons Amy Winehouse Reel Big Fish Winehouse covered the song originally sung by The Zutons. If you know of other songs or versions please add to this list.


The last time Amy Winehouse performed the song "Valerie" was in July 2010 with Mark Ronson at a movie premiere. This song was originally recorded by the English indie rock band The Zutons.


Amy Winehouse released the song Back to Black in the year of two thousand and seven in the month of April. It was her third released single from her second album.


Amy Winehouse: Rehab lyrics: Yes, I've been black but when I come back you'll know, know, know


amy winehouse song in total is six.she also won the grammy awards 5 timeS AS IT SIAD ON KIKIPEDIA


The version of the song "Valerie" that featured Amy Winehouse is in the indie rock genre. It can also be classified as blues rock.


Amy Winehouse did NOT write this song. do your research. it was ORIGINALLY written by Noel Coward in 1934


you know what backstreet boys song shattered mean



rehab is either by rihanna or Amy winehouse


If you like it, it's a good song...well at least to you anyway


Love is a losing game by Amy Winehouse


Amy winehouse-will you still love me tomorrow


Any song that you know very well is good for lip syncing.



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