I Won't Let You Down

Album: Thank You (2016)


  • Meghan Trainor explained the song's meaning in a track-by-track: "This one's very special to me because it has those Caribbean vibes that I love and this song, if you listened to it you think I'm talking to my parents or my fans like to be a better person for you, but it's actually me talking to myself in the mirror about how I want to better myself as a person. I think everyone at some time wants to do that, so I hope this is very relatable. This is very real to where I want to start taking care of myself more and start loving myself more and the song talks all about it."


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