Fine Line
by Mabel (featuring Not3s)

Album: Ivy to Roses (2018)
Charted: 11
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Songfacts®:

  • This bouncy banger finds Mabel singing about the thrill of being in a new relationship.

    Now I'm dancing on a fine line
    Somewhere between a minute and a lifetime
    You do it to me, to me
    I can't lie, I got a bit caught up tonight

    .
    Mabel explained: "'Fine Line' is a playful track that I wrote about that fun phase at the beginning of a relationship when you're trying to figure each other out. It's about getting lost in something without losing yourself completely and how that's exciting but also dangerous."
  • The song features a guest appearance from Not3s. It is the second collaboration between the pair following the rapper's "My Lover" remix.

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