Take You

Album: Believe (2012)
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  • This club-friendly anthem starts off with a Latin-tinged acoustic guitar before transforming into a synth-pop Euro-dance number. Justin wrote the song with Raphaël Judrin, Pierre-Antoine Melki, Ross Golan, James Abrahart, Alex Dezen, Ben Maddahi. Scooter Braun told MTV News that Justin took his songwriting for Believe very seriously and allowed his manager to really push him. "But I also had to give it room to grow," he added. "Sometimes I'd put him in writing sessions for two weeks, and we'd get one song out of it, and it was just because he had to find that place for himself and that music. And as the process went on, he really started hitting his stride. And I think everyone has a different favorite, but the one common thread is you don't dislike any songs."


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