Martin Solveig - Hello Lyrics and Video




Hello by Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette, Music Lyrics and Video

Hello is a song by French electronic music DJ and producer Martin Solveig featuring Canadian electropop group Dragonette. It became the most requested song during the Serious Request 2010 donation week in The Netherlands.

The music video for the song was recorded at Roland Garros where Martin Solveig faces Bob Sinclar, another DJ, in a tennis match. The referee says Out; Novak Djokovic enters the arena and convinces the referee otherwise. However, GaĆ«l Monfils comes into the stadium and kisses Solveig’s love interest. The music video takes a mockery of the scoring in tennis.

Here’s the official video for the song.

Martin Solveig ft. Dragonette - Hello Lyrics

i could stick around a little longer with you
hello
it doesn’t really mean that i’m into you
hello

you’re alright but i’m your darling to enjoy the party
don’t get too excited ‘cus that’s all you get from me
hey

yea i thank you too but i really think that you should know
i just came to say hello
hello
hello
hello

i’m not the kinda girl who’d mess it up with you
hello
i’mma let you try to commence with you
hello

its alright i’m getting dizzy just enjoy the party
its ok with me if you don’t have that much to say
hey

kinda like this thing but there’s something you should know
i just came to say hello
hello

hey

hey

i could stick around a little longer with you
hello
it doesn’t really mean that im into you
hello

(i’m your darling to enjoy the party)
(i’m getting dizzy just enjoy the party)

i just came to say hello
hello
hello
hello

i’m not the kinda girl who’d mess it up with you
hello
imma let you try to commence with you
hello

its alright i’m getting dizzy just enjoy the party
its ok with me if you don’t have that much to say
hey

kinda like this thing but there’s something you should know
i just came to say hello

hey

Song Information

Released September 27, 2010
Genre Electronica
Label Blanco y Negro Records, Edel Music, Universal
Writers Martin Solveig, Martina Sorbara
Producer Martin Solveig


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