***** I have no idea why she released this as a single, especially when she had tracks like Barriers on the album that were much, much better than this. I love the video and the Babyface-production though. 4.5* Last edited: 21/03/2016 13:36
** It's weird sounding and overall very weak. The verses are somewhat lacking in impact and then the chorus has even less, it just doesn't work. It's a lyrical mess too (although I like one line: "boy, what the hell, tripped and I fell in love") with your standard kinds of love stuff, then all of a sudden she's blathering about time machines and if she had one she wouldn't use it to go back. Ummm, okay. That's nice. And has no relevance here. We weren't talking about time machines, and with all the negative things you were saying about before you met the guy, it didn't even cross my mind that you would want to go back.
Anyway. This thing feels like an album filler at best, and really it feels more like it should have been on the scrap heap. You can do better Mauboy, so do it! Last edited: 21/02/2015 13:29
** I ended up not minding 'Can I Get A Moment?'. Even if it did feel like somewhat it was jumping on the saxophone bandwagon, it at least sounded original enough to stand out. This is one confusing concept of a song and it's unnecessarily overproduced.