Better Left Unsaid

Album: Yours Truly (2013)
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  • Ariana Grande tries to mend her broken heart in this song, the last track from her debut album, Yours Truly. She co-wrote the part-ballad, part-dance number with a team of writers, including Harmony Samuels (who also co-wrote and produced the singer's debut single, "The Way"), Courtney Harrell, Al Sherrod Lambert, Moses Ayo Samuels and Olaniyi Michael Akinkunmi.
  • This was originally going to be called "Tipsy." The line "Don't play me, just kiss me" was originally "Don't blame me, I'm tipsy."


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