The Cure

Album: LM5 (2018)
Charted: 49
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  • Little Mix proclaim on this empowering track that they've found the cure for their dark state of mind.

    Now it's me and myself, yeah, yeah, yeah, don't need no one else
    This happiness was always inside me
    But Lord, it took a minute to find me
    And this freedom I found is worth a million o' you now
    And I'm puttin' all my troubles behind me
    I only need my heart to guide me

    The song continues the girl group's consistent theme of uplifting their fellow women, here by testifying how they overcame their hurts and fears by looking inside themselves.
  • The song finds the girls reuniting with TMS, a London-based songwriting and record production team composed of Tom "Froe" Barnes, Ben Kohn and Peter "Merf" Kelleher. The trio were behind the early Little Mix hit singles "Wings" and "DNA."


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