Cheryl Cole: Album track's about bully ex
Jun 19, 2012, 4:01 GMT
Cheryl Cole sings about bully ex boyfriend
Cheryl Cole says a new track is about a teenage ex-boyfriend who bullied her.
The 28-year-old singer admitted her song 'Craziest Things' -- a duet with Will.i.am -- is about how she was humiliated and bullied by an ex-boyfriend who left her feeling 'depressed' and 'poorly'.
She sings: 'We say the craziest things like I love you, hate you, don't need you, f*** you.'
She told We Love Pop magazine: 'I was in the worst relationship of my life.
'We swore, we fought, we did everything it says in that song. People think it's passionate and fun, but it's aggressive and wrong. I was depressed and poorly. I had to end it for my health.'
Her admission will shock fans who thought it was about her time with former husband Ashley Cole.
Cheryl - who released third album 'A Million Lights' yesterday (18.06.12) - was with the boy from the age of 16 to 18 while living in Newcastle's Heaton estate.
The hitmaker split from the soccer player in 2010 amid claims he had cheated on her with several women and despite the way they broke up, Cheryl says she would never sing about her feelings for him in a song.
Responding to claims another album track 'Screw You' is also about Ashley, Cheryl said recently: 'I didn't have him in mind. But I can see how it is interpreted that way, of course.'
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