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Justin Bieber Tries to Get Over Selena Gomez on New Track ‘Recovery’

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Justin Bieber is talking about his recent love woes on his new song, “Recovery.”

For his latest Music Monday release, Bieber is once again showing a sultrier side of himself, but on this one, he’s taking a sadder tone singing, “First I’ll acknowledge our trust has been broken/A successful recovery, I prayed for us last night…Learned a lot through trial and error/Trying to make it right.”

But the Biebz isn’t moping around, instead he wants to make amends. He wants a second chance to make it right, pleading with this special lady to take him back, singing, “You know I’ll do you right.”

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Bieber took to Twitter to explain the song, letting fans know he wrote right after his tough breakup with his now ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez.

“When you’re going through stuff like that you think the world is just gonna end,” he writes. “Then you wake up the next day and realize that life has to go on.”

He goes on to say the song focuses on that feeling you get as you try to move on, ending things by writing, “Yesterday is gone, but tomorrow is here.”

Wise words from such a young guy. I guess our little Bieber really is growing up.

(Ben Watts for Republic Records)

(Ben Watts for Republic Records)

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