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"Não Dá pra Resistir" (lit.: "I Can't Resist") is a song by the Brazilian girl group Rouge, released on August 19, 2002 (2002-08-19) as the debut single from the band's debut studio album, self-titled Rouge (2002). Originally a song in English, titled "Irresistible", written by Kara DioGuardi, Frederik Thomander and Anders Wikstrom, it was adapted in Portuguese by Milton Guedes and produced by Rick Bonadio. The original version of the song was later sung by Nikki Cleary and released on her self-titled album, a year after the adapted song released in Brazil.

"Não Dá pra Resistir"
Single by Rouge
from the album Rouge
ReleasedAugust 19, 2002 (2002-08-19)
Recorded2002
Genre
Length2:57
Label
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Rick Bonadio(Portuguese version only)
Rouge singles chronology
"Não Dá pra Resistir"
(2002)
"Ragatanga"
(2002)

"Não Dá pra Resistir" is a pop song of medium tempo, which talks about an irresistible love, where the protagonist did not want to admit, but confesses that she is very in love. The song was released in August, even before the reality show ended, and became a hit on the radio. Just like his clip, he did a lot of success on television. The song was the opening theme of SBT's Pequena Travessa novel.

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After the start of the Popstars program, which aimed to form a group of five girls, those involved started looking for songs for them to record. When they reached the number of twenty candidates, the girls had to learn the group's work song, which would be "Can not Resist". With this, they also had to divide into groups to make a presentation of the song. After this process, the winning girls recorded the song.

Between August 12 and 17, the program chose Aline Wirley, Fantine Thó, Karin Hils, Luciana Andrade and Patrícia Lissa as members of the Rouge, thus sending the song "Não Dá pra Resistir" to the radios as the album's first single.

A Spanish version, titled "Y Cómo Resistir", was made for the Spanish version of the album C'est La Vie, but the album was not released due to Luciana's departure. Even so, the song was released on the internet. The song was the opening theme of the soap opera Pequeña Travessa, from 2002, SBT, starring Bianca Rinaldi and Rodrigo Veronese.

Não Dá pra Resistir" is a Portuguese version of the song "Irresistible", composed by Kara DioGuardi, Frederik Thomander and Anders Wikstrom. In its English version, the song is a teen pop, whereas in the Portuguese version, written by Milton Guedes and produced by Rick Bonadio, the song became a more pop and dance-pop with elements of R&B and hip-hop. The song talks about a love that is irresistible, where the protagonist tries to disguise, but ends up falling in love with the loved one.

The song begins with Luciana on lead vocals, followed by Patricia, who changes versions with Luciana to the chorus. In the chorus, the girls sing, "I can not resist your love, you look at me like this, baby, I go, your kisses just for me, and your taste, I can not resist I need your love." After the chorus, Karin sings the second full part, taking help from the girls in the backing vocals. After the second chorus, Aline sings an excerpt from the bridge, followed by Fantine. In the final chorus, the girls sing together, until the last sentence, "can not resist," is sung by Luciana.

"Não Dá para Resistir" became a hit in Brazil, becoming the group's first hit on radio. In addition, the song was a success in Argentina, obtaining the position of number 10 in the stops of success of the country.

The group performing "Não Dá pra Resistir", during Rouge 15 Anos tour.

After being announced as Popstars winners, the girls recorded the music video, which premiered on August 19, 2002, during the group's press conference. The display of the first video of the group caused hugs and shouts between the girls.

Synopsis

The music video starts with a zoom of each of the members and their respective names. After that, Luciana sings her part, sitting on a ladder, and at the same time two scenes are shown: one of Luciana standing in a scene full of mirrors, and another of the group performing the choreography of the song (a scene that is always interspersed with others scenes from the video). Then Patrícia comes near Luciana, singing her part looking at her. This scene is interspersed with a scene of Patricia in the scenery of mirrors and with the dance scene.

After the chorus, the group does a dance choreography, where the song is interrupted by the dance break. After the choreography, Karin sings her part in the scenery of mirrors, and also in the scenario where they perform the choreography. After more choreography, Aline sings her part, before a mirror, while in the part of Fantine, the singer arrives next to Aline, singing the song, and like the others, she also sings the song in the scenery of mirrors and in the scene where the choreography goes. In the end, all scenes are interspersed, and the girls celebrate in the dance scene, embraced and happy.

CD Single
  1. "Não Dá Pra Resistir" - 2:57
  2. "Não Dá Pra Resistir" (Cuca Dance Mix) - 4:33
  3. "Não Dá Pra Resistir" (Cuca Club Mix) - 4:07
Chart (2002) Peak
position
Argentina (CAPFV) 10
Brazil (Brasil Hot 100 Airplay) 22
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Nao Da pra Resistir Language Watch Edit An automated process has detected links on this page on the local or global blacklist If the links are appropriate you may request whitelisting by following these instructions otherwise consider removing or replacing them with more appropriate links To hide this tag set the invisible field to true List of blacklisted links http ivetesangalonews files wordpress com 2013 10 hot100br1999 2013 pdf Triggered by bfiles wordpress com b on the global blacklist Nao Da pra Resistir lit I Can t Resist is a song by the Brazilian girl group Rouge released on August 19 2002 2002 08 19 as the debut single from the band s debut studio album self titled Rouge 2002 Originally a song in English titled Irresistible written by Kara DioGuardi Frederik Thomander and Anders Wikstrom it was adapted in Portuguese by Milton Guedes and produced by Rick Bonadio The original version of the song was later sung by Nikki Cleary and released on her self titled album a year after the adapted song released in Brazil Nao Da pra Resistir Single by Rougefrom the album RougeReleasedAugust 19 2002 2002 08 19 Recorded2002GenrePop dance popLength2 57LabelColumbia SonySongwriter s Kara DioGuardiFrederik ThomanderAnders WikstromMilton GuedesProducer s Rick Bonadio Portuguese version only Rouge singles chronology Nao Da pra Resistir 2002 Ragatanga 2002 Nao Da pra Resistir is a pop song of medium tempo which talks about an irresistible love where the protagonist did not want to admit but confesses that she is very in love The song was released in August even before the reality show ended and became a hit on the radio Just like his clip he did a lot of success on television The song was the opening theme of SBT s Pequena Travessa novel Contents 1 Background and release 2 Composition and lyrics 3 Chart performance 4 Music video 4 1 Synopsis 5 Track listings 6 Charts 7 References 8 External linksBackground and release EditAfter the start of the Popstars program which aimed to form a group of five girls those involved started looking for songs for them to record When they reached the number of twenty candidates the girls had to learn the group s work song which would be Can not Resist With this they also had to divide into groups to make a presentation of the song After this process the winning girls recorded the song 1 Between August 12 and 17 the program chose Aline Wirley Fantine Tho Karin Hils Luciana Andrade and Patricia Lissa as members of the Rouge thus sending the song Nao Da pra Resistir to the radios as the album s first single 2 A Spanish version titled Y Como Resistir was made for the Spanish version of the album C est La Vie but the album was not released due to Luciana s departure Even so the song was released on the internet 3 The song was the opening theme of the soap opera Pequena Travessa from 2002 SBT starring Bianca Rinaldi and Rodrigo Veronese Composition and lyrics EditNao Da pra Resistir is a Portuguese version of the song Irresistible composed by Kara DioGuardi Frederik Thomander and Anders Wikstrom In its English version the song is a teen pop whereas in the Portuguese version written by Milton Guedes and produced by Rick Bonadio the song became a more pop and dance pop with elements of R amp B and hip hop 4 The song talks about a love that is irresistible where the protagonist tries to disguise but ends up falling in love with the loved one 5 The song begins with Luciana on lead vocals followed by Patricia who changes versions with Luciana to the chorus In the chorus the girls sing I can not resist your love you look at me like this baby I go your kisses just for me and your taste I can not resist I need your love After the chorus Karin sings the second full part taking help from the girls in the backing vocals After the second chorus Aline sings an excerpt from the bridge followed by Fantine In the final chorus the girls sing together until the last sentence can not resist is sung by Luciana Chart performance Edit Nao Da para Resistir became a hit in Brazil becoming the group s first hit on radio 6 In addition the song was a success in Argentina obtaining the position of number 10 in the stops of success of the country 7 Music video Edit The group performing Nao Da pra Resistir during Rouge 15 Anos tour After being announced as Popstars winners the girls recorded the music video which premiered on August 19 2002 during the group s press conference The display of the first video of the group caused hugs and shouts between the girls Synopsis Edit The music video starts with a zoom of each of the members and their respective names After that Luciana sings her part sitting on a ladder and at the same time two scenes are shown one of Luciana standing in a scene full of mirrors and another of the group performing the choreography of the song a scene that is always interspersed with others scenes from the video Then Patricia comes near Luciana singing her part looking at her This scene is interspersed with a scene of Patricia in the scenery of mirrors and with the dance scene After the chorus the group does a dance choreography where the song is interrupted by the dance break After the choreography Karin sings her part in the scenery of mirrors and also in the scenario where they perform the choreography After more choreography Aline sings her part before a mirror while in the part of Fantine the singer arrives next to Aline singing the song and like the others she also sings the song in the scenery of mirrors and in the scene where the choreography goes In the end all scenes are interspersed and the girls celebrate in the dance scene embraced and happy Track listings EditCD Single Nao Da Pra Resistir 2 57 Nao Da Pra Resistir Cuca Dance Mix 4 33 Nao Da Pra Resistir Cuca Club Mix 4 07Charts EditChart 2002 Peak positionArgentina CAPFV 7 10Brazil Brasil Hot 100 Airplay 8 22References Edit Candidatas ensaiam primeira musica de trabalho das Popstars Terra Networks 6 July 2002 Retrieved 29 September 2013 Finalistas de Popstars mudam visual e chegam a reta final Terra Networks 13 July 2002 Retrieved 29 September 2013 Nao Da Pra Resistir espanhol Multishow Retrieved 1 October 2013 Rouge uma banda sob encomenda Estadao 20 August 2002 Retrieved 29 September 2013 Formula do biscoito Estadao 14 November 2002 Retrieved 29 September 2013 Rouge na Billboard Virgula 16 October 2002 Retrieved 29 September 2013 a b Nao Da Pra Resistir Top 20 Argentina Top 40 Charts Retrieved 29 September 2013 Hot 100 Brasil 1999 2013 PDF Ivete Sangalo News Retrieved 16 August 2014 External links EditLyrics of this song at MetroLyrics Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics This article about Brazilian music is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Nao Da pra Resistir amp oldid 997142354, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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