If there were any doubts that Katy Perry and John Mayer are reunited and making sweet music together - literally and otherwise - consider them gone.
Their romance is immortalized in a duet they co-wrote, "Who You Love," on the singer-songwriter's new album, Paradise Valley (due out August 20).
It's incredibly cheesy, but in a cute way. Listen:
"Who You Love" offers lyrical insight into their attraction to each other and hints that they split in March because he wasn't ready to be in a relationship.
The mid-tempo track features Mayer, 35, singing:
"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."
Trading verses, Katy Perry (whose album Prism drops October 22 and whose latest single, "Roar," is already out), hints at Mayer's bad-boy reputation:
"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."
As for her laugh at the end, Perry jokes, "it's just a love giggle. It's like the ones that Mariah Carey had in 1990. I was going for that, I think I was just so happy."
"You’re catching the real moment there."
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