I can't work out if Whoopsie-Daisy has one eye on the Jamelia-led competition, or is looking to fix Terri Walker's star firmly in the firmament of adult-orientated Brit-soul. So we get a halfway-house of cod-sass and bubblegum vague wordage of the "giving it up" and "get down, get down" variety.
With chart-focused RnB revelling in digital phatness and electro-smarts, Whoopsie-Daisy may just err a little on the organic to crossover.
What I want to know is why Chris Martin doesn't write lyrics on the order of "put on a little bit of make -up / and put on my sexy clothes" , and "I've been driving you crazy / 'cause I look so tasty" ? Well, Chris, time to get in touch with Ms. Walker and her production team. Not only would it solve your writer's block, but it may well help you break into the lucrative Scissor Sisters market and thereby finally achieve world domination.