Album: When The Sun Goes Down (2011)


  • Selena co-wrote this song with the husband and wife duo of Antonina Armato and Tim James plus Thomas A. Sturges. She told Billboard magazine: "'Outlaw' is a really weird track in the best way possible. It's really kind of different for me. I got to try a different kind of thing with my voice. I lowered it a little bit. It was sultry but still a little playful."
  • The song gives Selena gives an opportunity to namecheck her home state. She told Billboard magazine: "In the bridge it says I'm from the Lone Star state which makes me very happy because I'm very proud of where I came from."


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