We’re unsure why all those “you might be a child of the ’90s if…” lists and websites haven’t mentioned the fact that a true child of ’90s will forever treasure “Just Like A Pill,” released in 2002, as their favorite P!nk song. But Miguel gets it – in a recent visit to the Australian radio show Fifi + Jules, he performed an impromptu cover of “Just Like A Pill,” reading the lyrics off his phone and with his guitarist giggling all the way. It’s an awesome choice, and an excellent performance – maybe Miguel will memorize the lyrics for future occasions. Check it out below (or here, if the player breaks).
Miguel – “Just Like A Pill”
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