Love 'Em All

Album: Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? (2014)


  • This Lil' Ronnie, Shea Taylor, and B.A.M. produced cut finds Michelle singing about keeping on dating until she finds the right man—and loving 'em all. "I love each of the guys I've dated for different reasons," she said. "One might be compassionate, while another might be tenacious. It's all of those qualities."
  • The song was inspired by something K. Michelle's mother told her. She told The Boombox that her mom said: "Don't screw them all, love them all. Date. Get as many free meals as you can until you find the right person."


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