Written and produced by The Smeezingtons , it serves as the record's sixth track and was released as a single outside of the United States. The recording focuses on spontaneous marriage and therefore, since its release, has frequently been used as a proposal song. Some criticized a perceived lack of creativity. It charted on most international markets within the top fifteen, reaching number 10 on the Canadian Hot , number eight in Australia, the top five in New Zealand, and number 11 in the United Kingdom. The song has been covered a number of times, most notably by the cast of Glee ; their cover outperformed the original song by reaching number 32 on the Hot This sort of crazy, daring, wedding feeling".
Lawrence was surprised at the impact of the song after watching some YouTube videos. He stated that "[w]e always thought it was a good song and catchy, but we didn't think it would affect pop culture the way that it has. The first time we saw one of those YouTube videos These ideas, words, and lyrics and how they can get into the fabric of society and affect people's lives in such an amazing way.
He continued, "you're in Vegas The latter and Mars played and recorded all of the instruments on the track. Levine was also responsible for engineering the song at Levcon Studios. The song has been characterized as possessing a "forceful velocity" and an "instantly hummable melody". Digital Spy ' s Lewis Corner gave it a strong review, rating it four out of five stars, with him labeling it as a song that "would not only impress the Elvis impersonator in any Vegas chapel, but is enough to make him a shoo-in for ultimate seducer of " and a "60s-inspired jive-starter".
In a mixed review, Tim Sendra of Allmusic praised the song's "dynamic and nuanced production", yet founding the track "pleasantly silly". He further added that the single was a "bizarrely syncopated piledriver". The song's reception was stronger outside of the United States, thus debuting at number 89 in Canada on December 11, , after the Glee performance of the track. It reappeared on the chart on June 19, , reaching a peak position at number 8 for two non-consecutive weeks; it dropped off the chart after 19 weeks. The song has been covered several times, first on the " Furt " episode of the television show Glee , which aired on November 23, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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