Album: Know-It-All (2015)


  • This song is about a person who provides solid support even in times of uncertainty - someone you can count on.

    "It's another love song, but I think this is a very general love song," Cara Told iHeartRadio. "It doesn't have to be about a love relationship. It could be about parents, or best friends. It's about having that one person who's your rock, or your stone in this case. The world can sometimes get overwhelming, and you might overthink, and we over analyze things as people, and there's always that one kind of person that makes you forget about all those things. And that person is your rock, and your gravity that holds you down."

  • Sebastian Kole, who wrote this song with Cara, sings on the track. It was produced by Malay, whose clients include John Legend, Frank Ocean and Stacy Barthe. He also got a songwriting credit along with Cara and Kole.


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