Over a shimmering bass line and thumping drums, this primal song finds Adam Levine hunting down his prey: A girl who used to be his. Far from an "I want you back" love song, however, this one ventures into stalker territory and gets very sexual. "Don't deny the animal that comes alive when I'm inside you," he crudely croons.
The Maroon 5 singer penned the song with Benny Blanco (with whom he also collaborated with on "Moves Like Jagger
" and "Payphone
"), and the song's producer, Shellback.