Glitter In The Air
by Pink

Album: Funhouse (2008)
Charted: 18
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  • In this song, which Pink wrote with Billy Mann, the singer-songwriter asks a series of questions such as, "Have you ever hated yourself for staring at the phone?" Pink admitted on her website: "I still don't have some of the answers to the questions I pose on this record. I'm still figuring it all out."
  • On January 31, 2010 Pink performed this song at the 52nd Grammy Awards. Celebrities, talk shows and the general public all acclaimed her high-flying performance. The song was immediately delivered digitally to radio as a new single by her record company before the Grammy broadcast was even over and the ensuing online sales resulted in the song debuting at #18 on the Hot 100.
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Comments: 2

  • Cindy from Evansville, InBeautiful song, beautiful voice.
  • Laura from Seattle, Wai love pink. i love this song. i loved the performance she did at the 2010 Grammy!
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