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  • Sullivan told The Sun January 2, 2009 that this song, "is about my fears." She added that its her favorite song on the album because of its "honest lyrics."
  • This samples "Beat Box" by the Art of Noise, which was a #1 on the American dance chart for the British synth group in 1984. The song also contains elements from Stevie Wonder's 1967 hit, "I Was Made To Love Her."

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  • Tanya from La Verne, CaThis song is honest. It explains what scares her and how it's okay to be scared as it's an human trait.
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