@AndyShore Justin Timberlake wins at life, in general, but he may not win our Best Song of the Year contest if the Cinderalla story continues for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Can the triple threat actor, musician and SNL pro beat the triple named band? We shall see. If the recent streak of top seeds being beaten beaten remains a trend, we may see the Yeah Yeah Yeahs continue on in this competition. It’s your turn to reflect. Will you vote for “Mirrors” or do you say yes, yes, yes to more Yeah Yeah Yeahs (sorry to recycle a joke … I’ve been drinking for two days straight).
@ZackTeibloom Justin Timberlake took a few years off of making music and we all missed him. Was his comeback double album everything we hoped it would be? Maybe not. But this song sure is. The opening blare sets the tone for something epic and the rest doesn’t disappoint. It may be a little corny and overlong, but damn it it fun.
@AndyShore It’s probably only fitting that this Jew is arguing for a song called “Sacrilege” on Christmas Eve day. Especially since I’m in Colorado to celebrate Christmas with the goys in my family. I can’t say this song will be spinning in my head while we exchange gifts, eat copious amounts of food and drink more than our share, though. However, I maintain that this song earned it’s spot in the competition. I gave my best argument for this song in the last round. I really didn’t think it’d make it any further. Go back and check it out if you want to see my feelings on this song. Hint: I love gospel-y things.