Baby Come Back To Bed

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  • This song was inspired by Rumer's romantic relationship with half Iranian, half American composer Rob Shirakbari, who is also her music director, producer and songwriting collaborator. She explained the sultry tune is a "woman-in-her-thirties relationship song, where you can't just walk out if you have a bad argument. It's written from the perspective of a confident man."
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