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Pink wants her fans to know that they “should look past their flaws and see themselves as “F—in’ Perfect.” True. Her track, “Raise Your Glass,” opens with Pink stating her imperfections over a guitar accompaniment: “Made a wrong turn/Once or twice/ Dug my way out/ Blood and fire/ Bad decisions/That’s alright/Welcome to my silly life.” On the chorus, she gets motivational, singing, “Pretty pretty please/ Don’t you ever ever feel/ Like you’re less than f—in’ perfect/ Pretty pretty please/ If you ever ever feel/ Like you’re nothing/ You’re f—in’ perfect to me.”
Pink collaborated with producer Max Martin on the song; so far it’s the second single from Pink’s hits collection Greatest Hits. Fav’s like “Get the Party Started” and “Please Don’t Leave Me” are included. The album drops later this month, and it sounds like a good one.
Pink recently spoke about the “lyrical themes of (her) new songs, and how they serve as a sort of reflection on (her) career” to InDemand.fm. “Instead of going and becoming a cover girl and endorsement girl and popular girl and having #1s, I kind of just hit the road and pounded the pavement … and became a touring artist,” she said. “You don’t have to be popular when you’re a touring artist — you just have to be good. And this is just a celebration and a thank you.” No, thank you!
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