Cried Me a River

  • Kristinia co-wrote this ballad about breaking up with her mentor Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds and credits it as her favorite song on the album. "I went through a hard break-up but this song reminds me that my life wasn't over and I was okay," she said in publicity materials. "Crying it out makes you stronger so you can look forward to a new chapter in your life."

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