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He further elaborated: "The pressure I put on myself, or what I hope my 'I Won't Give Up' does, is to make a difference in people's lives . I wanted to see who I was, outside of music." "'I Won't Give Up' was written selfishly.As many of my songs are, I write for the purpose of understanding what the hell's going on in my life, my position in the world, processing that lesson and that miracle that I'm learning.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."I have so much to talk about."While the 25-year-old admits he hasn't listened to Sparks' new music, Derulo is looking forward to a new start personally and professionally.In addition to a new album, the "Talk Dirty" crooner will do some wiggling this summer on Fox's popular reality show.
Whether we want to coach our soccer team to victory or lose five pounds in a month, whatever it is, there's nothing too small worth fighting for and there's nothing too big worth going after." It is guitar led with some additional vocal landscapes towards the end of the song.
With such an honest revelation of emotions in his lyrics, it's hard to imagine the tune does not stir hearts." According to Katherine St Asaph of Pop Dust, the song was probably the closest to his and Colbie Caillat's collaboration "Lucky." She added that it was "a gentle acoustic ballad with a hint of speak-singing a ways in but otherwise straightforward and straight-faced [that] soft-rocks its way through sentiments like "when I look into your eyes, it's like watching the night sky or a beautiful sunrise–there's just so much they hold"–still earnest, but joke-free." Colin Mc Guire of Pop Matters was mixed in his review, writing that "'I Won't Give Up', for instance, is acoustic guitar-laden folky pop that falls at least a little bit flat with its predictably bland approach.
While the song's hook proves itself memorable enough, the track never graduates into anything other than the ballad-like tediousness the singer has a tendency to revert into." On the Hot 100, the track's launch is the highest for a male pop/rock singer-songwriter since David Cook burst in at number 3 with "The Time of My Life" the week of June 7, 2008, after he was crowned "American Idol" champion.
In Austria, the song debuted at number 23 on the Ö3 Austria Top 40 chart, on March 23, 2012.
Later, the song jumped to number 22, before falling for two consecutive weeks, until it reached again number 22, on April 20, 2012.