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Luv Me Baby
Written by Murphy Lee (as Tohri Murphy Lee Harper) and Jazze Pha (as Phalon Alexander)
Performed by Murphy Lee featuring Jazze Pha (as Jazze PHA) and Sleepy Brown
Courtesy of Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
Jazze PHA courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
Sleepy Brown courtesy of DreamWorks Records See more »
I don't know what the original poster is talking about.This movie is nothing like "Drive Me Crazy" and is a scene by scene copy of the original source "Can't Buy Me Love".I thought it was a cute remake but loses some of the charm from the original.For one Nick Cannon never seemed close to his nerd buddies like Patrick Dempsey did.The end was rushed.I was crying with Patrick's character when the entire school shut him out but then he stood up to the bully who had been a good friend of his once.This movie was simply missing the charm of the first one.The girl that Alvin like was a pain to me.I couldn't see why he liked her but the girlfriend in the first one played the role better.
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