Pink Debuts New Emotional Single 'Try'


Pink Debuts New Emotional Single 'Try'
Through the fiery ballad, Pink sings about the tricky situations someone might face when falling in love.


Fresh off her smashing performance at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards on Thursday, September 6, Pink dropped her latest single "Try" for her fans' listening pleasure. Instead of boasting rock tunes, the song is more of fiery ballad and quite emotional as it tells about the tricky situations of love.

"Where there is desire, there is gonna be a flame/ Where there is a flame,someone's bound to get burned/ But just because it burns doesn't mean you're gonna die/ You've gotta get up and try try try," so the pop punk songstress sings powerfully in the chorus.

"Try" serves as the second single from Pink's upcoming studio installment "The Truth About Love", which is set to be released Stateside on September 18. The new single is written by Ben West and Busbee.

Prior to releasing "Try", Pink delivered a rocking performance at VMAs as she sat on top of giant lips while being clad in sexy hotpants and fishnet stockings that exposed the dragon tattoo on her left thigh. The mother of one performed her first single off the new album "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)!"



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