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"I like someone that is smart that I can have an intelligent conversation with and someone that desires to take care of me like I desire to take care of them."Whatever is going on in his love life, chances are fans will be able to hear about it while listening to his new music.In addition to his latest single that happens to be the most added song in the history of Top 40 radio, Derulo assures us that his writing process takes on a whole new transformation when something major happens in his life."The whole album is not centered around my breakup and it's not like ‘the story' cause I have gone through a lot of other things as well," he explained.Mraz told Billboard magazine: "That, to me, has always been my favorite part of making music; the singing and what voices can do and the voices singing in harmony." It is likely that the song was inspired by Mraz's relationship with singer-songwriter Tristan Prettyman.Mraz showcases his light and versatile range singing from B3 to G#5. David Greenwald of MTV wrote, "The fresh track's wispy acoustic guitars and patient melody remind us of Irish crooner Damien Rice's 'Delicate,' though when Mraz soars into the chorus, it's with his own signature full-blast hook." Loh Chuan Junn of MSN Music wrote that "The string-drenched, acoustic-guitar-based sound makes for easy listening, and gets into the listener's head after just the first listen.And while he admits he was nervous at first, he's ready to give honest (and helpful) criticism to up and coming dancers."I never wanted to be a person that breaks dreams," he explained.
Later, the song jumped to number 22, before falling for two consecutive weeks, until it reached again number 22, on April 20, 2012.
The acoustic folk ballad was written during his activist outings and discusses not giving up on loving someone, loving oneself, and not giving up on one's dreams.
It received mostly positive reviews from music critics, who agreed that the song is straightforward, emotional and inspiring.
After the success, his manager Bill Silva commented: "What surprised us is how the fans reacted.
We didn't pre-promote the single, we didn't go to radio with it, and this song did 229,000 units its first week in the U. There was clearly something resonant about the song, and it immediately shifted the strategy for what the rollout of the album was going to be." Internationally, the song also achieved success.
Later, the song reached number 20, before climbing to number 17.