I Love Me

Album: Thank You (2016)


  • A typically Megan Trainor-esqe empowerment anthem, she sings here of the importance of loving yourself. It is immaterial if nobody else does, as all that matters is you love yourself.
  • This features guest vocals from Lunchmoney Lewis, who appears throughout the song. "This was the first song that happened with this album," said Trainor in a track by track. "It features my good friend Lunchmoney Lewis. It is a gem about self-love, my favorite type of item to write and I love this song."

    "To me when I heard it I thought of 'Happy' by Pharrell," she added. "I thought of its uplifting, fun, dancey vibes and Lunchmoney, I thank him every day for sending me that track and letting me write on it, it was so cool of him."


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