Camila Cabello released the swooning new song “Living Proof.” The track appears on her upcoming second album, Romance, out December 6th.
On “Living Proof” — which Cabello co-wrote with Justin Tranter, Alli Tamposi and Mattman & Robin — the vocalist utilizes religious imagery to describe her intimate relationship with a lover. “Like a choir singing ‘Hallelujah’/When my body’s crashin’ right into you/When we align,” she sings on the pre-chorus. “Do you feel me?/Can you feel me?/’Cause I can’t breathe.” Cabello slides into a falsetto on the chorus, describing her lover as her savior, guardian and “living proof.”
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