Hey Hey Hallelujah


  • This song finds a self-assured and fiery Rachel Platten singing about the hold that she knows she has over a guy. A lovesick Andy Grammer sings the third verse, where he testifies how one touch from her makes him sing "hallelujah" despite her mood swings.
  • Platten said the song is, "about a guy being like, 'Please be easy on me, I'm totally in over my head.'"
  • Platten served as a support act on Alex & Sierra and Andy Grammer's joint The Good Guys & A Girl Tour in early 2015.


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