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“It's hard to resist the clever come-on refrain of "Grenade" - "I'd catch a grenade for ya.”
“(Soundbite of song, "Grenade") Mr. MARS: (Singing) Easy come, easy go, that's just how you live.”
“Then again, I might call the Situation a "Grenade" himself.”
“U.S. singer Bruno Mars held at second place with "Grenade," while his compatriot Kesha lost the top spot she held last week with "We R Who We R," which slipped to number three, the Official UK Charts Company said.”
“Bruno Mars sang "Grenade" in a soulful homage to James Brown, the screen even going black and white.”
“Bruno Mars, whose suavely retro pop-R&B is well aware of its Motown roots, sang his "Grenade" in black and white with finger-snapping backup singers, then took over the drum kit while Janelle Monáe lit up the stage.”
“Mars' "Grenade" logged a third nonconsecutive week at the top, having alternated between”
“Black and Yellow" sent Bruno Mars' "Grenade" down to No. 2 after four nonconsecutive weeks at the top, while Katy Perry's "Firework" held at No.”
“Grenade" sold close to 150,000 units last week, according to the Official Charts Company, to record the highest weekly sale in the first month of the year since Babylon Zoo's”
“Grenade," recording the highest sales total for a January release in the market for 15”
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