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Adam Lambert "Superpower": 'Clean' Version

Filed Under () by broddybounce on Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Posted at : Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Recently, a YouTube user named familylyricschannel got their hands on the official 'clean' version of Adam Lambert's new single, "Superpower," and posted it on their channel.  See if you can figure out what the substituted lyrics are that Adam chose!

5 comments:

Sunflower said...

I know he substituted the S word but it's not clear for me to make what he says, sit?, city?, I don't know. The other sub for the F word, I also can't hear it! Btw Superpower since yesterday has 1 Million plus streams on Spotify! I read on Twitter it's especially important to stream stream stream starting this Friday up to next Thursday where streams really count during 1st week of EP release!

LAMBERT Outlaw said...

I don't think he substitutes any words .. I thought they just took out the words & continued on the song!! I don't know .. I listen to the original .. it doesn't bother me .. not two words on the whole video .. give me a break!!

I am now listening to VELVET Side A on Spotify .. on constant repeat ... LOVE THIS ALBUM!! Can't wait for my pre ordered CD to get here!! If I could dance I'd probably dance all day!! WOW!!! DAMN!! I LOVE THIS ALBUM!!

tess4ADAM(LAMBERT Outlaw)

LAMBERT Outlaw said...

Ok!! Here's what I heard .. instead of don't give a F .. it sounds like he says .. aint givin' up cause I'm takin' back my Superpower ... the S word sounds like .. aint the only one that thinks this aint OK .... as for the P word .. I think they just dropped it altogether!! JMO!!

tess4ADAM(LAMBERT Outlaw)

Unknown said...

The P word is replaced with ...'lit".

Unknown said...

This is the live version that he sung on the Talko show with the Osbourne woman. He made a mistake by not replacing the 'S' word with something else, therefore too late to change it mid word so is technically a 'scramble' to end the word to make it sound like something else. So it came out as 'sit'. Oops!