One Love

  • Jennifer Lopez wrote this song with Antea and Anesha Birchett and Dernst "D'Mile" Emilie, who also produced the track. The Birchett sisters previously teamed up with D'Mile to pen Justin Bieber's single "Favorite Girl."
  • The song tells of Lopez's searches for Mr. Right and includes references to some of her previous lovers such as Sean "Diddy" Combs ("bad boy from the block"), Ben Affleck ("Came and swept me off my feet/ Went nowhere, but kept the ring/ Once again I'm lonely") and her husband Marc Anthony ("Made me want to try once more and I couldn't say no").
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