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Tell Me (Wonder Girls)

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Wonder Girls
Tell Me
Park Jin Young
Mitchell John Dixon, Park Jin Young
Other Information
Arrangement: Park Jin Young

"Tell Me" is a song released by Wonder Girls and included on their first album The Wonder Years as track #3. The song was used as the lead track for the album and samples Stacey Q's 1986 hit "Two of Hearts". The original recording of the song features former member Hyun A, however due to health concerns she was pulled from the group by her parents. Good Entertainment trainee Yoo Bin was sent to JYP Entertainment as a replacement for Hyun A in which she recorded a rap verse for the song while Sun Mi replaced Hyun A's vocals. Due to the sudden change however the version featuring Yoo Bin's rap was not added to the album and yet was still promoted as the album's lead single. The version with Yoo Bin's rap was added as a B-side on the groups second single "So Hot".

Music Video

Screen shot of the Music video

The music video for the song was choreographed by Park Jin Young. It features Soo Hee portraying the comic book heroine Wonder Woman, however the original version of the video was to feature former member Hyun A portraying the character.

The choreography for the song was easy and widely mimicked with numerous videos of fan performances circulating the internet on video sharing sites such as Daum and Youtube. The popularity of the dance became known as "Tell Me Fever" or "Tell Me Syndrome", and earned Wonder Girls the title of "Korea's Little Sisters".