So it was all fake. Despite what the video to this single implies, Tatu were never lovers. In fact, one of them is now a mother. So, without the gimmick of illicit teenage love can Tatu hack it on the music scene? Well, there doesn't seem to be a simple answer. This track seems to have been universally rejected by crtics, now bored of the band whose very backstory turned out to be a lie. However, one could suggest they should see past the hype and instead take the music for what it is. It does seem like a 'comeback' track, and in this task fulfils its purpose, as it would seem probable this track should return the band to the top 20. As with their controversial breakthrough hit "All The Things She Said", a big chorus is the order of the day, and provides the track's main appeal, for the verses have laughably simple lyrics. But as a pop song, it works. The two elfin-like girls may not be big on talent, but they know a good hook when they hear one. Although realistically their previous fame rested on their private lives, perhaps it may be worth looking past this, where we could maybe find some examples of good old pure pop music, easy on the ears while calming those previously outraged by the girls' antics.