Yea, Babe, No Way

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  • This contemplative track was released as the second single released by Los Angeles-based electro-pop trio LANY (pronounced Lay-nee). The group's name is an acronym for Los Angeles, New York.
  • The song finds frontman Paul Klein singing about battling the temptation to rekindle a past relationship. He explained:

    "It's about that exact back and forth emotion. like… 'Wow I miss you and what we had was pretty amazing and actually how did this not work out and yeah this hurts a ton and sometimes kinda a lot of times I wanna call you and try again' but then I'm like, 'No I can't I just can't'... ya know? that kind of feeling."
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