Album: Shontelligence (2008)
Charted: 6 36


  • Shontelle is an artist from the island nation of Barbados. She and her fellow Barbadian Rihanna were in the same cadet school. Prior to this single, she was best known for writing Alison Hinds' 2006 hit "Roll It Gal."
  • Shontelle explained this song to Singersroom.com: "Every girl can relate to it. It's such a girl anthem because every girl can tell you about it, and it almost doesn't matter how old they are. They can all tell you about some experience when they were missing their boyfriend or husband or whoever the guy in their life is. We all know what it feels like to still want to feel close to the person even though there not there. I would say the T-shirt is the best thing to have because you can cuddle up with it and pretend it's them or wear it. It will usually smell like the person so then you feel much closer to them. That is why I had to do that song."
  • This was named Barbados Song of the Year in 2009.


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