C'mon (On My Own)

Album: Love the Future (2009)
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Songfacts®:

  • Musical arranger Maxwell Drummey explained this song to Complex Magazine: "Every now and then you're in the studio pumping some high and you're really feeling your manhood and s--t and you've just got to make a cock-rock anthem. We were tired of making cock-block anthems."

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