Bad Influence
by Pink

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  • This straight-up rock party song was written by Pink with Billy Mann ("Stupid Girls") and Butch Walker (who also worked on Pink's I'm Not Dead album).
  • The song's theme is that there is nothing wrong with going wild with your gal pals once in a while. Pink commented on her website: "I'm with the Hindus on that one. Pleasure for pleasure's sake is not a guilty sin."
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  • Christina from Bowling Green, KyI love this song! Definitely one of her best on the new CD!
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