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Parent reviews for "Teenage Dream" (CD single)

Common Sense says

Pop single isn't graphic but references drinking and sex.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 12+
Based on 4 reviews

Kids say

age 11+
Based on 52 reviews
Adult Written bykipwalker44 January 25, 2015

This song makes my ears bleed

Parent of a 11 and 11 year old Written byApplemommieAZ March 18, 2012

ok I like the song so what

a little bit of this here and thare but it is still one good song you mkem me feal like I am liveing the teen age dreeam the way you trun me on I cant sleep so lets run away and never look never look back ok so I know hafh of the song so what

This title contains:

Positive Messages
Sexy stuff
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Parent of a 10 year old Written bymileycyruse54 January 24, 2012

This title contains:

Sexy stuff
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Adult Written bysweetbeandango April 9, 2011

"No Regrets, Just Love" Is NOT a Good Message

While this song has some WONDERFULLY sweet lyrics-- "You think I'm pretty, without any makeup on. You think I'm funny when I tell the punchline wrong," it has a message that I just can't get over no matter how much the rest of the song makes me happy. The bridge of the song says, "Let's go all the way tonight. No regrets, just love." This message I feel is really harmful to a lot of the tween dancers at my dance studio who sing along with and and know all the lyrics. That kind of mentality almost always amounts in regret and I think only older listeners who realize that should listen to the song. It also has a number of other racy lyrics like "Oh, you put your hands on me in my skin tight jeans, I'll be your teenage dream tonight" Really, it's mostly the "let's go all the way tonight, no regrets" message that bothers me. Casually having sex with someone always results in regret.

This title contains:

Sexy stuff