I am sure that Ben Harper didn't want to answer Laura Dern's question of how could he be "so heartless" in the way he surprised her with divorce papers.But as Pink cautioned in the aforementioned song, "Can't you tell this is all just a contest?
It resonates with people, because I'm not reinventing the wheel: I'm living my life and everybody else is, too. But don't call it a "comeback." "It's always a reset in pop music," she says, curled on a sofa in a cavernous suite at the Greenwich Hotel."If you're taking a nap, you're having a 'comeback' the next time you put a song out.I do not possess that trait: I will go too far and still not apologize. He's the rock and I'm the storm, but it's fun." Although the couple has said in the past that they would like to have more kids, "I think he's done; he's really tired," Pink admits.
"We may adopt one day, but I think we've created the humans we're going to make and they're magical creatures.", Pink will release an Apple Music documentary about the making of the album Friday, and embark on a three-month North American tour in March.
Go on a date with my husband.' It's real life that's been on my mind." shines a light on ostracized groups, with a peaceful message of tolerance and unity.