Love Me Like You

Album: Get Weird (2015)
Charted: 11
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  • This Motown-channeling tune finds the Little Mix quartet yearning for the guy they love to return to them. The song was written by:

    British producer Steve Mac, who also penned numerous hit singles through the years including "Glad You Came" for The Wanted and "Me and My Broken Heart" for Rixton. He also worked with Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato on their Revival and Confident albums.

    London-based songwriter Iain James has written several songs for Little Mix, including the UK #1 "Wings" and the hit single "DNA." James' other songwriting credits include the Eurovision Song Contest-winning song for Azerbaijan "Running Scared" by Eldar & Nigar in 2011.

    James Newman, whose songwriting credits include the UK #1 hits "Waiting All Night" by Rudimental and "Blame" by Calvin Harris.

    Singer-songwriter Camille Purcell, who previously teamed up with Steve Mac to pen Ella Henderson's "Glow." Her other credits include The Saturdays first UK #1, "What About Us."
  • Little Mix told Digital Spy the song was originally called 'F--k Me Like You', before they decided it was "too naughty."
  • Continuing the high school theme from the "Black Magic" video, this song's music clip finds all four of the Little Mix ladies' waiting at the prom night for their dates. Unbeknown to them, they are all waiting for the same guy, who eventually turns up with his real date.
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