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  • Covered Up: "Note to God" is better-known to be performed by Charice.
  • Growing the Beard: "The High Road" is way more focused and cohesive compared to her debut.
  • Narm: "How To Touch a Girl" has elements of it.
  • Narm Charm: "How To Touch a Girl" has elements of it.
  • Sampled Up: "Too Little Too Late" is now known as "A3", by Oneohtrix Point Never, performing as Chuck Person.
  • Signature Song: "Too Little, Too Late" and "Leave (Get Out)".
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  • Sweet Dreams Fuel: "Never Say Goodbye", "Anything", "What You Like", "Let It Rain", "The Happy Song", "Sunshine", "Homeboy", "Breezy", "Take The Canyon", "We Get By", "Andre", "Billions".
  • Tear Jerker: "Boy Without A Heart", "The High Road", "Note To God" "How to Touch a Girl", "Just a Dream", "Keep on Keepin' On", "Exceptional", "Thinkin' Out Loud", "Save My Soul".
  • Wangst: "Fairy Tales" falls into this; she was 12 when she sang it. It's about she, genuinely as a pre-teen had given up on love because of one little break up, at the age of at most 13.
    • Opening every era with an break up song could fall into this too.


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