TWICE just got back with their new single “The Feels” and fans can’t get enough of the song as this is the group’s latest release and it was sung in English. But are you aware that they have another English song and also versions of their past tracks?
In this article, we will talk about TWICE’s first English song, apart from “The Feels,” and also the English versions of their previous releases.
Here’s Another TWICE English Song and Some English Versions Worth Listening to
TWICE What You Waiting For
While many may think that “The Feels” is TWICE’s first full English song, the JYP girl group has actually dropped their first original English track back in 2019.
TWICE’s first song that is completely sung in English is titled “What You Waiting For.”
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“What You Waiting For” was released as part of the band’s 2019 Japanese full album, “&TWICE,” which also contains the title track “Fake & True.”
But before the album was officially released, TWICE performed “What You Waiting For” during their 2019 world tour “TWICELIGHTS.”
TWICE I Can’t Stop Me (English Version)
“I Can’t Stop Me” was first released as a Korean song in October of last year, and serves as the title track on the group’s second full album “Eyes Wide Open.”
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A month after it came out, TWICE dropped an “I Can’t Stop Me” English version, with its official audio uploaded to the group’s YouTube channel.
TWICE’s “I Can’t Stop Me” is an addictive synthwave song that talks about the internal conflict about choosing between good and evil.
TWICE Cry For Me (English Version)
It is known among ONCEs that “Cry For Me” is initially an unreleased song by TWICE that was performed at the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards. And because of fans’ wishes, JYP Entertainment provided the official release of the song.
TWICE’s “Cry For Me” is an original Korean song but the song also has an English version, which is only included in the physical CD version of the group’s tenth mini-album “Taste of Love.”
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Released in December of last year as a digital song, “Cry For Me” was written by Park Jin Young and female soloist Heize. The song expresses the girl’s wish to see the guy show his emotion, i.e. “cry for her” following their breakup, since she still loves him and wants him to convey a similar sentiment towards her.
TWICE MORE & MORE (English Version)
Originally released as a Korean song, TWICE’s “MORE & MORE” also has an English version that came out in August 2020.
This is the third rendition of the track as a Japanese version of it was dropped beforehand.
The release of TWICE’s “MORE & MORE” English version was announced at the “TWICE: World In A Day” concert that took place on Aug. 9 of last year.
“MORE & MORE” is the title track of TWICE’s ninth EP of the same name.
Which TWICE English song or version do you like the most? Tell us in the comments!
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Written by Mhaliya Scott