Casualty Of Love

Album: Who You Are (2011)

Songfacts®:

  • Jessie explained to The Sun how she had to fight to include this number on Who You Are. Said the English singer: "What I love about C.O.L. is that not everybody believed in it. It was a song I had to fight for and I'm glad I did. I put it on YouTube and the amazing reaction from my fans helped my argument! So thank you heartbeats. We won! Muhaha!"

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