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The camera then pans to a number of dancers rocking the same style — only this time, they’re clad in white dresses and doing a choreography.Later, Furtado appears dressed to the nines and ready to tango.Millions of people search the internet everyday looking for true love, sex, pen pals, romance and so on.
"Waiting for the Night" is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Nelly Furtado.
It was written by Furtado and co-written and produced by Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins for her fifth studio album, The Spirit Indestructible.
Eric Henderson of Slant Magazine gave a positive review, writing that "On 'Waiting for the Night,' she snatches the beyond-played-out thrash-dance template (the song's melody and production both recall Jennifer Lopez's 'On the Floor') and makes it sound, if not fresh, then at least palpably urgent—that is, until it tags out on a wonky accordion riff." For Colin Mc Guire of Pop Matters, 'Waiting For the Night' "sounds a lot like you may think a song named 'Waiting For the Night' may sound.
The tribal groove echoes a 10-year-old Jennifer Lopez hit, though because of how outdated such a formula is in today’s EDM-filled universe, the whole thing never crosses into the accessibly endearing Top 40 orbit for which it longs." "Waiting For the Night" charted in some European countries.
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