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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.
Seeing it on the page, proving to myself that I understand the lesson, that I'm applying it to my life, and that I can move on.
Ultimately it was about, you know, regardless of what happens in this relationship, I don't have to give up on loving this person, or loving myself, or give up on whatever my dreams are.
Later, the song reached number 20, before climbing to number 17.
On May 11, 2012, the song fell to number 21, but the next week the song peaked at number 12.
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.
Even though it's written through the filter of relationships, it's not necessarily specific for relationships.
For me, the true meaning exists in the bridge saying 'I don't want to be someone who walks away so easily, I'm here to stay and make a difference.' That is for all of us.
News before his "Want to Want Me" music video premieres on Tinder Monday morning.
"I want somebody that I can talk to and is kind like me and likes to have fun and try new things."He continued, "I really don't have a type.