In Time

  • This song finds Allen detailing his struggles after his 2013 car accident, in which his wrist was broken. "It was a message to myself, but it is a really universal message that sometimes when things go bad, you have to take that time to let it get better," he told The Hollywood Reporter . "It's not going to immediately get there, and it was something that I needed to hear as far as things that I went through in the past year-and-a-half."
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