Can't Keep Your Mind Off

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  • Although this sounds like a happier song, there's more going on under the surface. In our interview with Data Romance, Amy Kirkpatrick talked about how it was inspired by an inner struggle: "I wrote it at a time where I was trying to be okay with everything that was going on, and I really wasn't. It's when you're telling yourself 'everything's fine, I'll do this for you, it's no big deal,' but on the inside you're contradicting what you're saying."
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