Album: I've Been Expecting You (1998)
Charted: 4


  • In this song, Williams expresses a vulnerability as he sings about succumbing to cigarettes, alcohol and laziness. Williams is one of the top singers in the UK, but he makes it clear in this song that he suffers from the same insecurities as many others.
  • After Williams released this song, his nemesis and former Take That bandmate Garry Barlow released a song called "Stronger," possibly in reference to this song. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Dror - Tel Aviv, Israel

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  • Em from Mudgee, Australialove Robbie and I can relate to the lyrics bout how people think ur so strong and ur really not!
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