Who's Thinking About You Now?

Album: Love Is A Four Letter Word (2012)
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  • This song was originally an instrumental penned by keyboardist Eric Hinojosa, who used to be a member of the Mraz' band. It had been around for about decade before Mraz asked him if he could add some lyrics to it. He told Billboard magazine: "In my opinion it's, well it's a baby-making jam, it's also a throwback the way I used to write when I first started writing where I wouldn't edit myself. I would just let the stream of consciousness occur, just let it flow. Not really striving to reach a chorus or not really following a formula and just let the story unfold naturally. And 'Who's Thinking About You Now' is that musically and thematically."


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