• Nick Jonas told MTV News that while he likes all the songs on the album, this one might be a little more emotional than the rest. "There is a song called 'In the End' which is the most Bill Withers-inspired song on the record," he said. "It's actually about someone taking things that don't belong to them and how it will come back to haunt them."
  • Nick told Shine On Media: "It's about something I actually went through where someone took things that weren't theirs. It's a song about how it will come back to haunt you in the end."
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  • Riley from Los Angeles, Cathis is my favorite from the album
    does he mean literally someone that took things that weren't theirs"
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