by Pink

Album: Try This (2003)
Charted: 7 68


  • Pink wrote this with Tim Armstrong of the band Rancid. They wrote eight of the songs on Try This.
  • This won the Grammy award for Pink for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
  • The video, directed by Sophie Muller, features the LA dance troupe The Pussycat Dolls when they were known for their old fashioned burlesque routines rather than as the recording artists into which they evolved. Pink plays an uppity Old West vixen in the clip.

Comments: 4

  • Kenne from Phoenix, Az"Trouble" is the only song that Pink has won a Grammy for that she sung without other famous singers to date (2013) for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance in 2004. She also was a partial winner for Lady Marmalade and Imagine, which she collaborated on.
  • Kenne from Phoenix, AzJeremy Renner plays the sheriff in this video. He later went on to star in movies such as Avengers, Hurt Locker, and Bourne Legacy.
  • Sara from Traverse City, MiI love pink she is one of my faviort singers beacuse she keeps it real and isn't fake.
  • Stacy from Sunbury, AustraliaI love this song, it is one of my favourites of P!NK's. GO P!NK!!!!! CHICKS RULE!!!!!
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