Katy Perry and John Mayer sing Who You Love as a duet together
Things have never been easy for the two lovebirds at the center of a new duet, but Katy Perry and John Mayer do sound wonderful together. The duo have a new song that you can livestream for the time being via iTunes for free.
The song holds special meaning for the duo as well, the wrote it together, The song “Who You Love,” will be on Mayer’s new album. That album is called Paradise Valley (and it is due out Aug. 20). Although the two have some sort of cosmic attraction to one another, they normally don’t stay together for that long. Mayer, now 35, sings “My girl, she ain’t the one that I saw coming / sometimes I don’t know which way to go / and I tried to run before but I’m not running anymore / ’cause I fought against it hard enough to know / that you love who you love who you love / you can’t make yourself stop dreaming of who you’re dreaming of / if it’s who you love, then it’s who you love.”
Perry, 28, sings, “My boy he ain’t the one that I saw coming / and some have said his heart’s too hard to hold / and it takes a little time / but you should see him when he shines / ’cause you never want to let that feeling go / when you love who you love who you love.”
We reported last June when Perry told Vogue that she was “still madly in love,” with the soft-rock crooner, calling him one of her wounded-bird relationships. You can listen to the song below. Let us know what you think.
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