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Cheryl Ann Cole (née Tweedy, born 30 June 1983) is an English singer, songwriter, model, and television personality.

In late 2002, Cheryl Tweedy (as she was known at the time) was chosen to be a member of the pop group Girls Aloud on ITV's reality television programme Popstars: The Rivals. The made-for-TV girl band was spectacularly successful.Girls Aloud achieved a string of ... Read more in Amazon's Cheryl Store

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  • Audio CD (21 Dec. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B002YHIA04
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 236,156 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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OK. This is the title track from Cheryl Cole's debut album. It is probably the smoothest track from the album, a very pleasant duet with Will.i.am from the Black Eyed Peas. During the first third of the track, the vocals are silky smooth and quite heart wrenching, especially from the guest singer.

Possibly the problem with this track that it has only one fairly short verse and then spends time winding down. A second verse and chorus, with a much shorter wind down, and this record could a been a classic. Really!!!

Strangely, at present, this disc is in quite rare supply (can only be purshased as an import on Amazon)and is an expensive collectors item. If you can get this one cheaply with this cover, it is a must have.
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I like Cheryl Cole, and I like Will.i.am. But who's the best? There's only one way to find out......FIGHT.
Good song, I like it a lot. One of the better tracks from the album.
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By Ms. Laura Klonowski on 14 Sept. 2013
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i love this song so much.
written by cheryl and will.i.am and produced by will.i.am.
it's just amazing.
well worth buying
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. Maccann on 1 Dec. 2009
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Firstly, it's impotant to note that '3 Words' is just about as far removed from the lead single 'Fight For This Love' as one could possibly imagine. The eponymous title track off her monster debut album is, in fact, rather unlike anything you've heard in the charts before, and this could very well be the key to its surefire massive appeal.

Bolstered by a Guetta-esque throbbing beat, a repetitive guitar strum and listeless piano melody provide the accompaniment to Cheryl and will.i.am's effortless, almost lazy vocals. There's no key change, no real middle-eight to speak of...just a hypnotic slice of Electro-RnB that hinges on its own beautfully executed minimalism.

You get the feeling that this is the direction Cheryl would have liked to take the rest of the album in. No doubt the pressure from her label to release in time for maximum X Factor exposure meant that demos had to be selected in a timely fashion, but if Cheryl can channel this kind of unconventional brilliance into a sophomore album, the follow up to her debut release might be an album 'worth fighting for'
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Janet on 14 Dec. 2009
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Well, after hearing several pre-release interviews with Cheryl on the radio I was looking forward to hearing this track. It was clear that she couldn't wait for the public to listen to her favourite track off the album. She wanted this to be the first single and I can totally see why.
It's fresh, it's new, it's dark, and the video helps to create that mood. It removes her from her Xenomania pop roots - something she needed to do in order to be taken seriously as a solo artist.
It starts off with a really catchy guitar solo; then the simple vocals; and then the dance beats kick in. What is really fresh though, is the return to the guitar solo and the simple vocals - it doesn't build up to a big finish, it constantly goes back and forth between the different sounds.
I can see why her record label chose Fight For This Love as her debut single - it was more like what we were expecting from a self-confessed R&B lover, it was a "safer" choice than 3 Words would have been for a first single.
However, I think now the album has earned her such success, 3 Words is an excellent choice for second single. It's a song Cheryl is proud of, and rightly so. It's not what we were all expecting, and for that reason it's pure brilliance from Cole and Will.I.Am - fresh, unexpected - a great sound. I've had it on repeat.
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6 of 12 people found the following review helpful By love reading TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 15 Dec. 2009
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Well I just wanted to hate this what with me being jealous of her- I just wanted to think she was a talentless Victoria B type ( having said that she comes across much nicer than her and she is far better looking too!) I thought her last single was none too good but I'm shocked with this. This is sheer genius. Her voice is amazing and the style of music is so cool - a bit like Snow Patrol. This is a haunting song of the shivers down your spine variety. The lyrics match the music too and are very poetic. I hate to admit it but she has got talent aplenty by the sounds of this.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. Green VINE VOICE on 17 Dec. 2009
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When Cheryl kicked off her solo career with the brilliantly catchy Fight For This Love, it was the obvious choice for lead single. It's irresistible hook found its way into the hearts and minds of the British public, ensuring its massive success as the single went on to sell over 600,000 copies. It was a fantastic track and proved that Cheryl's solo career most definitely had substance to it - but here, with 3 Words, she takes things to a whole next level.

The title track from the album is, put simply, mindblowingly good. With a haunting strummed guitar hook leading into a relentless dance beat, it slides effortlessly amongst other dance-pop tunes of the year, most notably the Will.I.Am or David Guetta tracks that have filled the upper reaches of the charts over the summer. It's also refreshingly `out there', far more adventurous than the majority of what Cheryl has ever released before, solo or with Girls Aloud. Across the internet i've seen countless times, people who'd never normally listen to or buy a Cheryl Cole record, sitting up and listening when it comes to this track. It's unexpected, and it's brilliant.

The minimalist nature of the track also gives Cheryl a chance to really show off her vocals and she does a fantastic job here, instilling the track with a chilling touch of sadness. Her voice has always been one to inject a song with emotion, and here she uses this to the full. There's a sheer intensity as she repeats `it wasn't complicated...' before the final chorus kicks in that is a pure shivers down the spine moment. Amazing.

Along with the stunning, `split screen' video for the single, 3 Words serves to highlight the very best of `solo Cheryl'.
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