But the main problem doesn’t lie in Volume One's pacing; it's simply the fact her lyrics and song topics are ridiculously cliché. "You Really Gotta Hold On Me" focuses on being there for a person when they need it, and guess what, "Got Me" is about how the girl is supported by her lovely partner.
Um, she didn't write "You Really Gotta Hold On Me"... it's a Smokey Robinson cover.
I completely agree about the pacing though. It would have been a much better album if they switched the track order around.