Dangerously

Album: Nine Track Mind (2016)
  • This doom ballad finds Charlie Puth singing of a perilous relationship. "It's about loving a girl dangerously, taking it to the extremes to make her fall in love with you," he told Billboard magazine. "And even though she makes it seem like she would it was actually never her intention."

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