by Joji

Album: Nectar (2020)
Charted: 46 68
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  • This melancholic power ballad finds Joji brooding over an ex. His love for the girl remains strong and he would like to get back with her, but she is now in a new relationship.

    I know that I'm stuck, in this misery
    Guess I'm not enough, like you used to think
    So I'll just run

    The distraught Joji sees he has no choice but to just "run" from his feelings.
  • Justin Parker produced the track. The producer, who is known for his work with Lana Del Rey ("Video Games") and Rihanna ("Stay"), had never worked with Joji before.
  • The Aisultan Seitov-directed visual finds Jojo trying to escape from an elongated limo where people are throwing a party. He finds himself trapped in the vehicle, which appears to go on for miles. The claustrophobic revelry represents the "decadent trappings of fame."

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  • Kimberly Knake from Canada I like Jared Dines cover better . I think a harder version would sound great .
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