by Melanie Fiona (featuring Nas)

Album: The MF Life (2012)


  • This song finds Fiona singing of a wearing relationship in which despite feeling run down and tired out she won't stop working on it. "It's about love that can be exhausting," she revealed to The Boombox. "When you're running after somebody and there is no finish line you just keep running, running, running, and you get tired. We've all been there."
  • The song was produced by Amy Winehouse collaborator Salaam Remi, whilst Queens rapper Nas spits some rhymes.


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