Album: Single release only (2017)
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  • Tinashe asks her lover during this passionate song whether he's still into her.

    C'mon, tell me that you've still got the flame for me
    And tell me that you still want to stay, don't leave
    Even though I've never given up in my heart
    Even though a part, a part of me don't work

    Tinashe still cares deeply about her man and wants to rekindle the dying spark of their relationship.
  • The song was co-produced by BLOOD and StarGate. The former previously worked (as Blood Diamonds) on Tinashe's Aquarius track "Bet" and the latter helmed her single "All Hands On Deck."


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