Justin Bieber still doesn’t think that he’s over his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez, so channelled his feelings into three tracks on his new album.
The 21-year-old singer dated hmo’s Disney star between 2010 and 2013 and freely admits she was his first love. Although they are already separated approximately two years, Justin remains to be coming to terms while using end with their relationship and hubby found detailing his heartbreak on his upcoming album Purpose helped. Check I’ll Show you sheet music here.
“A wide range of it, dude, a lots of it (is about her),” he told Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush. “Probably like three (songs).
“It became tough. I do not know if I’m over it yet. I think that I’m definitely in another place and I think we’ve definitely went our separate ways. I love her and I want her to get awesome, but you will discover things that remind me of her.”
The star was just a teenager when he got together with Selena, 23, and that he believes that plays into why things have not out. In fact, this idea inspired him when he was penning lyrics. Check Sorry sheet music here.
“Yeah, I wrote a song (that) didn’t make album, it turned out called If I Would Have Met You In Five Years,” he explained. “How true is? How many people move through life and find yourself meeting someone and yes it feels so right, however it’s just the wrong time? So many people can connect with that.”
They might not be together anymore, but Justin and Selena remain close and so they still speak with each other. She’s shown her support for him publicly, telling Elle magazine in September (15) that they will always love him simply because they grew up together.
Justin doesn’t intend to stop talking to his ex, saying it might only be necessary in situations where a romance was “super toxic”. He also hinted a reunion isn’t not possible.
“I are not aware of what is going to occur in the future,” he was quoted saying. “I think the two of us gotta perform some soul searching ourselves and find out ourselves before you can just try and figure out the other person.”