Insecure

Album: WildHorse (2016)

Songfacts®:

  • This girl-power anthem finds RaeLynn encouraging women to have confidence in both themselves and the men who love them. "I wanted this song to be like a pep talk," RaeLynn told ET. "Like, [the lyrics that say] 'Don't get insecure. He's not into her. She's playing dirty all flirty from across the room. You might think that girl's a 10. But she doesn't count to him.' I love that line in the song because it's so true."

    "I know that I have girl crushes! When a girl walks in, I'll be like, 'Damn, she looks good!' and I'm like, 'I wonder what he thinks about her?'" she added. "But when you find a man that's in love with you, they don't even look at her. They just see you."

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