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I Don't Believe You

by

Pink



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Pink co-wrote this heart-rending ballad with the Swedish songwriter/producer Max Martin.
In this song Pink pleads for a lover to reconsider walking away. She explained on her website that this tune is one of her favorite songs on Funhouse, "because it's just so naked. It's like taking a deep breathe and saying, 'Here I am. Take me. Take your best shot.'
Pink: "The first thing that comes to my mind with I Don't Believe You is me standing in the vocal booth listening … Actually in the control room listening to this song, tears running down my face, just like 'f---, really?' It's the vulnerable weak side of me that I don't let out very often. And it's [sighs], yeah it's that song. And I love it, I love it. I just love it, it's very near and dear to me."
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Comments (2):

this song always makes me cry because it was what i was listening to when my mum called me to tell me my grandad was being taken into hospital.
- Holly, Newcastle, United Kingdom
such a beautiful voice
- niles, Belpre, OH
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