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Sway (Alternative Version) - Single

The Pussycat Dolls

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YES YES YES I want to SWAY YOU!!!

YES! The girls are amazing in this song. NIchole has a beautiful singing voice UHHH God love her!!!

PCD rules!!!! Sway kicks B-U-T-T

LUV this song! At my Dance studio my teacher made up a dance 4 us 2 do 2 this song. we KICKED BUTT @ dance competitions! Our costumes were H-O-T! this song makes u wanna dance. It is spectacular. the PCD r awesome

Great Cover

Heard this song for the first time at the end of the Richard Gere - Jennifer Lopez film "Shall We Dance?". Great cover of an old song! The girls still do have thier magic!

Biography

Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Founded by choreographer Robin Antin in 1995, the Pussycat Dolls began as a burlesque dance revue based in Los Angeles, spawned a second revue in Las Vegas, grew into an A-list phenomena with a revolving cast of guest celebrities, and eventually became a recording act with a number one dance hit. It wasn't long after launching its revue that the troupe began attracting actresses and models who wanted to become a Pussycat Doll for a night. Christina Aguilera, Pamela Anderson, Kelly Osbourne, P!nk,...
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Sway (Alternative Version) - Single, The Pussycat Dolls
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Pop, Music, R&B/Soul
  • Released: Feb 14, 2006

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