Nadine Coyle is offering commentary on her song ‘Runnin’, from the Girls Aloud singer’s debut solo album ‘Insatiable’.
“‘Runnin’ came about when I was in Malibu, and I wrote with this guy called Julian Bunetta,” Nadine explained. “He’s got this beautiful studio right by his house, a family vibe, just what I want. Just very comfortable young guy. Then I got there, and we were chatting away, playing videogames. I think we were eating chicken wings or talking about chicken wings at the time, and this girl comes in, and she’s all dressed up and she goes, ‘Oh my god, I crashed the car!’ Whatever it was. Then I realized after she was talking for awhile, I was like, ‘Are you Irish?’ And she was, her name was Ruth-Anne Cunningham. She came on and that was that. All three of us, sat down, and we’re all around the same age, and it was like three kids have been thrown in their room and we were told go write a song. So we just had a ball to ourselves. Really had a good time. Julian said, ‘What kid of song do you want? What do you want us to do?’ I said, ‘Oh, Michael Jackson ‘Thriller’. Let’s aim there.’ That’s where it started, and we ended up with a song that’s regular and stuck in my head, I’m runnin, I’m runnin, I’m runnin. It’s always kinda runnin around in my head.”
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