Better Life
by Pink

Album: Beautiful Trauma (2017)
  • Pink believes social media is distorting people's view of the world – an idea she expresses on this track about a relationship falling apart. She told UK newspaper The Sun:

    "That song was inspired by a conversation I was having with a friend of mine who is going through a divorce. We were talking about social media and how we only sort of post the good stuff so we tend to start believing everybody else's life is better than ours, and it's all bulls--t."


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