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PRISM
Katy Perry
Written by Katy Perry
Christian Karlsson
Magnus Lidehäll
Max Martin
Vincent Pontare
Produced by Bloodshy
Length 3:53

"Love Me" is a song written by Katy Perry for her fourth studio album, Prism.

Background

Katy Perry talked about wanting to work with Bloodshy ever since she first heard "Toxic" by Britney Spears. The track was produced in Stockholm, Sweden. Perry revealed that "all the Lyrics are important to [her]."

Lyrics

I lost myself in fear of losing you
I wish I didn't do, but I did
I lost my own, my own identity
Forgot that you picked me for me

But now, I don't negotiate with the insecurities
They always seem to get the best of me
I found I had to love myself the way I wanted you to
Love me

No more second-guessing
No, there's no more questioning
I'll be the one defining
Who I'm gonna be
No concealing feelings
Or changing seasonally
I'm gonna love myself the way
I want you to
Love me

Sometimes I wish my skin was a costume
That I could just unzip and strip
But who I am is who I'm meant to be
And it's who you are in love, in love with

So now, I don't negotiate with the insecurities
They're going to have to take a back seat
I know I have to love myself the way I want you to
Love me

No more second-guessing
No, there's no more questioning
I'll be the one defining
Who I'm gonna be
No concealing feelings
Or changing seasonally
I'm gonna love myself the way
I want you to
Love me

No more standing in my own way
Let's get deeper, let's get closer
No more standing in my own way
I want you to love me

No more standing in my own way
Let's get deeper, let's get closer
No more standing in my own way
I want you to love me

No more second-guessing
No, there's no more questioning
I'll be the one defining
Who I'm gonna be
No concealing feelings
Or changing seasonally
I'm gonna love myself the way
I want you to
Love me

No more second-guessing
No, there's no more questioning
I'll be the one defining
Who I'm gonna be
No concealing feelings
Or changing seasonally
I'm gonna love myself the way
I want you to
Love me

References

PRISM-Logo