Album: Single Release Only (2015)


  • Natasha Bedingfield recorded this song for beauty brand Philosophy's Hope & Grace charity initiative, which aims to raise awareness about the stigma of mental illness. "They asked me to write a song for their charity," the singer explained. "I was so inspired because good mental health is such an important thing for women to focus on."

    "Us women need to stick together, to look after each other," she added. "We all know how to smile so well, but can often be so good at hiding the painful moments."
  • 20% of proceeds from sales of the song are being donated towards the Hope & Grace initiative.


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