Sweet Dreams My LA Ex

Sweet Dreams My LA Ex

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"Sweet Dreams My LA Ex" is a song by English singer-songwriter Rachel Stevens from her debut solo album Funky Dory. It was released as the album's lead single on September 15, 2003. Originally written for Britney Spears, the song was produced by Swedish Bloodshy & Avant, and received a mixed reception from contemporary critics. The single is Stevens' most successful single to date, peaking at number two on the UK Singles Chart. It was the twenty-second best selling single of 2003 in the United Kingdom, selling 210,000 copies.

The name uses a pun on LAX, the IATA airport code for Los Angeles International Airport.

Composition and inspiration

The lyrics of the song, written by Cathy Dennis, were inspired by Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River", which is believed to be aimed at Britney Spears, his ex-girlfriend. The lyrics are a message to the famous ex-partner who has talked about the relationship and break-up in public, with the person in the song now taking the time to deliver their side of the story.
"Find somebody else to talk about
If I were in your shoes
I'd worry of the effects
You've had your say but now its my turn"
The person in the song wishes their ex "sweet dreams", but accuses them of using the break-up to further themselves.Originally the song was written by Dennis for Britney Spears, who turned it down due to its subject matter. A few months later Dennis still had not found someone to perform the song and offered it...
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