“That’s How She Goes” is the most uptempo entry of the four we’ve heard. Waylon said that the best way to describe the song is to play it. He sings: “I’m not saying she’s already gone / It’s surely feeling like she’s moving on”.
The song sounds contemporary and is definitely the least country-like song we’ve heard until now. “That’s How She Goes” sounds like a crossover between poprock and funk, which makes it very radio-friendly.
“That’s How She Goes” live performance
Meanwhile, many people believe that yesterday’s entry “The World Can Wait” is the entry. Promotionally, it would not be a surprise since both Waylon’s upcoming album and Dutch tour share the same name. The song is just over three minutes long and was received well by both fans and media. AD has already guessed that it’s indeed the entry and De Telegraaf has written that it is the best song to date.
It is believed that “The World Can Wait” was inspired by the burn-out of his girlfriend and YouTuber Bibi Breijman, who attended the performance in the De Wereld Draait Door studio last night. Waylon previously posted a picture with his girl on his Instagram in December with the quote “The world can wait my love”.
Waylon has only one song left to reveal after “That’s How She Goes” — a number called “Thanks But No Thanks”, which will be presented tomorrow night. Knowing his versatility, this song could be anything. On Friday evening Waylon will reveal which of the five songs will be his Eurovision entry.
Do you think that “That’s How She Goes” should be Waylon’s Eurovision 2018 entry? Or do you think that one of the other songs deserves the honour? Let us know in the comments below!