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Culture Beat – Mr. Vain

Mr. Vain” is a song by German Eurodance group Culture Beat. It was released in April 1993 as the lead single from the album Serenity. The song achieved huge success worldwide, reaching number-one in Australia, Austria, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. It also spent ten weeks at number-one on the RPM Dance chart in Canada. Written by Steven Levis, Nosie Katzmann and Jay Supreme and produced by Torsten Fenslau and Peter Zweier, Mr. Vain was 1993’s best-selling single across Europe. Typical of the Eurodance style of the time, the song first broke in Germany before breaking more widely through the summer, eventually topping the chart in twelve countries. It reached number 17 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned a gold disc. “Mr. Vain also peaked at number two for two weeks on the American dance charts. Tania Evans is the female singer in Mr. Vain, and the rapper is Jay Supreme. It first entered the charts in the United Kingdom in late July 1993 at number 24 climbing to number one for the week ending 28 August 1993, at times it was selling twice as much its nearest challenger It Keeps Rainin’ by Bitty McLean during its 4 week reign at the top.[2] It spent a total of 15 weeks on the chart and was the 9th biggest selling single in Britain in 1993. It is notable in the United Kingdom as it was the first number one single not to be available as a 7″ since the 1950s and heralded the demise of the 7″ single as a mass market medium. Wikipedia®.

Culture Beat Mr. Vain

Culture Beat Mr. Vain Lyrics;
Call him Mr. Raider, call him Mr. Wrong.
Call him Mr. Vain.
Call him Mr. Raider, call him Mr. Wrong.
Call him Mr. Vain.

He’d say, “I know what I want and I want it now.
I want you cause I’m Mr. Vain.
I know what I want and I want it now.
I want you cause I’m Mr. Vain”.

Call me Mr. Raider, call me Mr. Wrong.
Call me insane, call me Mr. Vain.
Call me what you like.
As long as you call me time and again.

Fell the presence of the aura.
Of the man none to compare.
Loveless dying for a just to touch a hand.
Or a moment to share.

Can’t deny the urge that makes them.
Want to lose themselves to the debonair one.
Hold me back the simple fact is.
That I’m all that and I’m always near.

One sexy can’t perplex me now.
You know who ‘raw as if you didn’t know before.
I know what I want and I want it now.
I want you then I want a little more.

Call him Mr. Raider, call him Mr. Wrong.
Call him Mr. Vain.
Call him Mr. Raider, call him Mr. Wrong.
Call him Mr. Vain.

He’d say, “I know what I want and I want it now.
I want you cause I’m Mr. Vain.
I know what I want and I want it now.
I want you cause I’m Mr. Vain.”

Girls are all over the world.
They hope and pray and die for man.
Like me cause I’m the one.
Begotten son that breaks the mold.

Get a look at male epitome.
Style has never seen.
That makes you want to grab and hold.
And squeeze real tight.

Who’s gonna be the one to save.
You from yourself.
When you wanna take a bite.
Please, oh baby, please.

You beg you want to stay.
You got to get some caught.
Up in the charm that I laid on thick.
And now there’s nowhere.

To run on the hook of my line.
Yeah, I keep many females.
Longing for a chance to win my heart.
With sex and plenty.

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