• This up-tempo Pop track has Zendaya singing about trying to save a relationship because she is scared of being alone. The track was written by Tiffany Fred and Paul "Phamous" Shelton, and was described by Zendaya as having a Kanye West type of vibe and she hopes it will be just as infectious. "I have to be able to play my songs over and over and over again," she explained to MTV News. "I have to love them because if I don't love them, how can I expect anyone else to want to play it a 1,000 times and love it?"


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