I know it's a mistake taking pop lyrics too literally. But given that new singer JoJo barely registers as a teen to be a true teen sensation, I'm a little concerned about her love-life troubles. Not only has she already had a best video nomination (albeit in Best New Video For Girl Singers Beginning With 'J') from MTV, but here she's concerned about how her new boyfriend might not be "the one". The one what? "The one" to help choose a Science subject for her options?
I'll leave you to ponder that mystery. What's of greater interest (well, it is to me) is that young JoJo came to fame during an appearance on a TV programme with the title Kids Say The Darndest Things On The Road In Boston. I had a nanosecond of gratitude that UK primetime was entirely full of EastFarm StreetEnders. A stranger discovery that JoJo's second big break came at the McDonalds Gospelfest. Praise the lord for Big Mac's.
Oh, back to the record. Let it be noted that Leave (Get Out) is a highly professional piece of product. Mercury subsidiary Black Ocean have taken care to avoid JoJo's allegedly great voice sounding dangerously individual by surrounding her with a boardroom full of crack producers and songwriters. Kids may say the darndest things, but record companies would prefer them to keep schtum.