Pink’s Incredible New Song Is About Leaving, Love, and Loss: WATCH

Pink performs during the Beautiful Trauma Tour in Pittsburgh, Saturday, April 7, 2018 at PPG Paints Arena – Shutterstock

Pink is using her new music video to show just how difficult life on the road can be,” People magazine said.

The struggles of embarking on tour and leaving her family serves as the main story in the emotionally raw clip for “90 Days” — the latest single off the star’s new album, Hurts 2B Human.

The start of the video shows flashes of the Grammy winner, 39, during a recent interview with Ellen Degeneres, with her husband, Carey Hart, 43, watching the video in real time, preparing to say goodbye to her for several months.

People magazine

#Lyrics

It’s going on 18 months now
And it’s fucked up, but I’m falling
I feel it every day now
But I’m stallin’, but I’m stallin’
I’m here, but I’m in pieces
And I don’t know how to fix this
And I don’t know how to fix this, noIf I’m just somebody that you’re gonna leave
And you don’t feel something when you look at me
You’re holdin’ my heart, mmm, whatcha say?
Just let me down slowly, I’ll be okay
If you’re just some habit that I gotta break
I can clear my system in 90 days
You’re holdin’ my heart, mmm, whatcha say?
Just let me down slowly

The song was written by singer/songwriter Wrabel, who’s powerful 2017 song and video The Village was about one trans boy’s experience.

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