The chorus is a bunch of "duh-duh-duh-duh". I"m not sure of the key or the timing on the rest of the song, so I just put it in G. I think the timing is 2/2.... It sounds a bit monotone at times...

Female singer. US or possibly UK. 90s. Pop.

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Here"s the every good boy does fine notation: The note timing isn"t quite right, but let"s just say these are all eighth notes (b"s are notes, but flat notes).

--------|--------|--------|--------|-- | | | |----b-o-|---bo---|o-------|--------|-- | | o o | o o |--b-----|--b-----|----b---|b- b----|-- | | | |o-------|o-------|--------|--------|-- | | | |--------|--------|--------|--------|--At each note, the song includes a "duh" in the same pitch.


I"m going to guess this is Susanne Vega"s quirky hit Tom"s Diner, which became a global sensation when it was remixed in 1990. It has the general outline of your melody, if not the exact notes. I think the chorus is more usually transcribed as "doo doo doo doo", but honestly, your "duh duh duh duh" is probably closer to how it actually sounds.

Timeframe is a match, and the singer is indeed a female American vocalist.

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It may be the Kylie Minogue song "Can"t Get You Out Of My Head" , circa 2001.

It hit number 1 in Aus and UK


That song is performed by the band TRIO song title is da da da.

Official video



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