“After being in love for so long, it was scary and confusing to deal with the loss of that feeling.
This song was written at a moment when I was sorting through these emotions and expectantly looking towards the future.” And if you thought that maybe the 23-year-old singer was referring to someone other than her 23-year-old ex, she told us that she’s only been with Shane.
My director, Steven Taylor, gave me a call and said, "I have an idea for your video.
It was only when Bridgit said during a November 2015 interview for her show, , “I’m single, so I guess that means I’m undateable,” that the public was even made aware of the demise. The answer may be in the second part of her statement.
“That would be the worst kind of attention [to date someone just because they’re famous].
There are a lot of personal references, obviously, and it’s very close to my own experience.
EP, the first thing you did was freak out over Shane's new, mature sound before replaying it 400 times.
I think that’s why for me, maybe it’s just not appealing to date right now.
I like the idea of knowing somebody and trusting them more.” She added at the time, “I would like that.
It's about the heartbreak of knowing that the person that you once loved is not with you anymore — they're with someone else.
There are a lot of personal references, obviously, and it's very close to my own experience.
, Shane admitted that the song is about his former girlfriend, Bridgit Mendler.
“Yeah, I mean I don’t want to get too much into the details of it, but the song for me definitely has that connection to my life personally,” Shane shared.
But the second thing you did was wonder if the track — an emotional ballad about the heartbreak that comes with knowing the person you loved is moving on — is about his ex-girlfriend and So, Shane — is the song about Bridgit?