Every now and then you listen to something and it raises a question or two. Nothing earth shattering but more like a little statement or something that just niggles at you.

Madonna, Justin and Timbaland. Three of music’s powerhouse figures at the moment. With that much power and cred why did they call the song “4 minutes to save the world” and then release a radio edit that is 3 minutes and 12 seconds?

The Carly Simon classic “You’re so Vain” has always annoyed me. “You probably think this song is about you, don’t you?” Well clearly it is about him. Duh. If you are going to write a song about someone, don’t get stroppy with them if they think it actually is about them.

Leona Lewis is a new face/voice on the scene, but her song “Bleeding love” has been played to death here on the radio, and I wanna know just how long someone can keep hemorrhaging and still have the strength to sing about it?