“Troublemaker” is a song by British recording artist Olly Murs, released as the lead single from his third studio album, Right Place Right Time(2012). It features American rapper Flo Rida. “Troublemaker” was co-written by Murs, Steve Robson, Claude Kelly and Flo Rida, and was produced by Robson.
You can listen to this wonderful song and practice your listening comprehension. Just watch the video and answer some questions!
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You're a troublemaker You're a troublemaker... You ain't ____ but a troublemaker, girl
You had me hooked again from the ____ you sat down The way you bite your lip got my head spinnin' ____
minuet / arouse
mirage / arose
minute / around
After a drink or two I was putty in your ____ I don't know if I have the strength to ____, oh oh oh...
handler / Stan
head / stance
hands / stand
Trouble troublemaker, yeah That's ____ middle name, oh oh oh... I know you're no good but you're stuck in my brain And I ____ know...
your / wanna
yours / want
youth / wane
Why does it feel so good but ____ so bad, oh oh oh? My mind ____ saying, "Run as fast as you can."
hurry / kelp
hurtle / keeper
hurt / keeps
I say, "I'm done," but then you pull me back, oh oh oh... I ____ you're giving me a ____ attack Troublemaker!
sweat / heard
swatch / hear
swear / heart
It's like you're always there in the corners of my ____ I see your silhouette every time I ____ my eyes
mind / close
wind / done
wince / clomp
There must be ____ in those finger tips of yours 'Cause I ____ comin' back again for more, oh oh oh...
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