Pink 's had a pretty good track record from her current album The Truth About Love -- all three singles she's released from the album so far have been at least top 10 hits, and one, "Just Give Me a Reason," hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. Now, Pink's readying another future smash from the disc.
"True Love" is the next single from The Truth About Love , and it was co-written by Pink, her producer Greg Kurstin and Lily Rose Cooper, a British singer/songwriter previously known as Lily Allen. Cooper is also a featured vocalist on the song.
The song was inspired by Pink's relationship with her husband Carey Hart. "You're the only love I've ever known/but I hate you/I really hate you/so much I think it must be/True Love," sings Pink. The song isn't a proper duet with Cooper, though: she simply comes in towards the end, singing, "Why do you rub up the wrong way?/Why do you say the things that you say?/Sometimes I wonder how we ever came to be/But without you, I'm incomplete."
On June 25, Pink will kick off a record-breaking tour in Australia, where she'll headline more than 40 concerts all across that country, wrapping up September 8.
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