It was released as the second single from her second studio album Missundaztood in December The song was featured in the trailer for the comedy Just Married. Commercially, it was a success, becoming Pink's fifth single to chart within the top ten on the US Billboard Hot , rising to number eight, and it was her first number one on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart. Outside the US, the song became Pink's second consecutive number-one single in New Zealand and reached the top ten in 14 other countries, including Australia, Ireland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
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Raising a family, maintaining a romance and just getting through the day-to-day grind is hard enough, but for Pink , that all comes with the added challenge of life on the road. The singer-songwriter, who's been on her "Beautiful Trauma" tour for more than a year already, has just put a spotlight on that added difficulty — and on her husband, Carey Hart — in her latest music video. Pink surprised fans Tuesday when she teased that a special video was on the way for her latest single, "90 Days," a duet featuring guest singer Wrabel. The music video opens with a flashback to a recent visit to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," in which Pink opened up about touring with her kids, 8-year-old daughter Willow and 2-year-old son Jameson. This happens to be the second music video for DeGeneres this week. But the focus of the video quickly shifts from the kids to the year-old singer's relationship with her husband and the imagery leans into the message of the lyrics — putting on a happy face when it sometimes feels like things are falling apart. Editor's note: The following video contains strong language. The couple dance playfully in the music video, but when Hart can't see her face, Pink shows her inner struggle, and her tears flow freely as she belts out the song from a bathtub. The melancholy moments are offset with beautiful imagery of the duo, who've been married — through a few public ups and downs — for more than 13 years. Pink came up with the concept behind the powerful video, and it was directed by Remi Bakkar, one of her touring dancers.
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Up in my bedroom at home Been kinda bored lately I hate on all I see It's all mundane to me This box I painted pains me But you could watch me You could help me down the rabbit hole with you I could go with you You could lead the way I'd go hand in hand with you. Oh oh oh Today's the day I've been waiting for Tomorrow won't come after all Yesterday is so far away And today is the only day Somebody please stop the clock Oh oh oh Don't ever let this day stop Oh oh oh I never wanna go home No no no oh oh oh No no no. No no no no no Oh oh oh I used to want to grow up I thought that I could be free But now I'm realizing It's cool, it ain't for me It's cool, cause all my dreams Are more than possibilities.
Jeff Bhasker assisted the artists in writing the song and is also the producer. The song received critical acclaim, with many critics deeming the song as the best track within the album. Prior to its release, the song charted in many regions due to strong digital sales, which was the reason for its release. The music video for "Just Give Me a Reason" featured Nate Ruess as well as Pink's husband, motocross racer Carey Hart , in a romantic setting which resembles an artificial marsh. Originally, it was just a song writing session but Pink realized that she needed someone else to sing the song with her because she thought that it was more of a conversation than a one perspective song. She asked Ruess to sing the song with her as a duet.