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[DISCUSSION] If you had to pick a song to represent this member, what would it be and why?

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When thinking of this particular member. 
Whats' the ideal song for this member? 
Don't forget to paste up a link and tell us why!
(doesn't have to be a TWICE song)

 

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Loved Cheer Up and the choreography the instant I saw it. Dancing Mochine Momo was the first member that caught my attention, then eventually came to love all the members and their other songs.:twice-hug:

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Just now, MrDespair said:

Loved Cheer Up and the choreography the instant I saw it. Dancing Mochine Momo was the first member that caught my attention, then eventually came to love all the members and their other songs.:twice-hug:

Sorry changed my topic as i found out the last topic has been used before. Sorry!

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7 minutes ago, Jokbal said:

Sorry changed my topic as i found out the last topic has been used before. Sorry!

No worries. I'm not sure if I'm answering your new topic correctly but I'll try.

Really love Momo's rap in Do It Again:

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And when she says her Antenna line in Jelly Jelly, I just melt!:mm-oooh:

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mmm...hard question~ maybe this song!

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first song is Fake Love by BTS. Because you can feel that fake love through this song

Secondly was Wake Me Up by TWICE. Because if you give up for something (like fake love lol) Twice will support you!

And the last one was I Promise you (IPU) by Wanna One. This is because Wanna One will promise you to make you feel good again!

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4 hours ago, MrDespair said:

Almost forgot there already was the perfect song to represent all members. :sn-lol: :twice-smile:

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Yes-yes.  :twice-smile:

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Momo - Likey BB cream papapaa!~
Nayeon - Melting that high-note that no one can reach except her......
Jeongyeon - Love Line <3
Chaeyoung - Eye Eye Eyes bada gateun eye eye eyes~
Mina - Someone Like Me
Sana - Cheer Up chingureul mannaeura shy shy shy (shy)!
Jihyo - One in a Million "I love you, Once!~"
Dahyun - TT nomuhae! nomuhae!
Tzuyu - Heart Shaker nan Tzuyu-rago hae...!

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On 5/23/2018 at 10:52 PM, MrDespair said:

Loved Cheer Up and the choreography the instant I saw it. Dancing Mochine Momo was the first member that caught my attention, then eventually came to love all the members and their other songs.:twice-hug:

OMG I HAVE THE SAME SITUATION WITH YOU 

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