Song of the Day, May 27: It’s All Your Fault by P!nk

PinkFaultToday’s song is a standout in a powerful dance pop career. As she recorded her fifth album, P!nk was in a dark space. Her career hand bounced up and down, ranging from a string of Top 10 singles to a trio that barely scratched the charts, and her marriage was on the skids. She took that energy and created a smart, emotional dance rock masterpiece, Funhouse.

One of the album’s finest moments is It’s All Your Fault. Ironically titled, the driving rock track reflects on the singer’s complicity in the romantic drama. Edgy and dark, it’s also beautiful, with P!nk’s amazing vocal matching the surging beat in intensity.

It’s all your fault, you called me beautiful
You turned me out and now I can’t turn back
I hold my breath because you were perfect
But I’m running out of air and it’s not fair

Enjoy this powerful song today.


About Robert Hulshof-Schmidt
Freelance writer, researcher, online comic vendor, and project manager. Fan of a wide range of music -- especially folk and 80s pop -- vintage comics, British TV, and LGBT fiction.

One Response to Song of the Day, May 27: It’s All Your Fault by P!nk

  1. BabyBichu says:

    The album is kinda different from her previous albums.
    It’s gentle and sweet
    Reminds me of “Plz don’t leave me”

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