Capital Letters

Album: Fifty Shades Freed (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2018)
Charted: 39
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  • Hailee Steinfeld sings her man's praises during this romantic synthy dance track.

    When we lie so still, but you're taking me places
    Holding me onto you and we don't care who's watching us, baby

    Hailee recorded the song for the Fifty Shades Freed movie, the third installment of the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy.
  • The song features production by frequent Justin Bieber collaborator BloodPop, whose credits for the Canadian star include the hit singles "Sorry" and "Friends." Hailee Steinfeld told Billboard:

    "One thing I love about the production in this song is that it feels big. It feels very cinematic. I love that feel, especially as an actor. I feel like music has the power to feel like a movie itself in the two minutes that you hear it."
  • The lyrics were co-written by Ellie Goulding who also recorded a new version of her smash hit "Love Me Like You Do" for the soundtrack.
  • Though Hailee Steinfeld's voice is the only one we hear, BloodPop gets equal billing on the track.
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