Copycat (The Cranberries song)
|Promotional single by The Cranberries|
|from the album Bury the Hatchet|
|Songwriter(s)||Dolores O'Riordan/Noel Hogan|
"Copycat" is a pop rock song taken from The Cranberries fourth album, Bury the Hatchet. It was released as a promotional single in Spain in 2000. The song was described as "a wry telephoto lens-take on the candyfloss world of pop that rules today". No music video was released for this song.
- CD promo
- "Copycat" – 2:53
- HotPress, "The Cranberries" Collectors's Series, Volume 1, p. 51.
- Zombieguide's Complete Cranberries Discography, Copycat Archived 2016-03-12 at the Wayback Machine.
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