Pink looks for truth about love on latest album
LOS ANGELES (AP) - For all her songs about fights, broken promises, romantic letdowns and wild nights, Pink is actually in a Zen-mode these days - and all the credit belongs to her 1-year-old daughter, Willow.
"I used to be really dark. Now, I wake up and check her pulse and make sure she's not having a temperature. And then we dance. And we dance, and we dance, and we dance," she says. "Then, we go on bike rides. And we dance some more. Everything's a song. It's just a lot more fun. I guess that's how the record reflects where I am right now. I'm just having a lot more fun than I ever have."
Listening to Pink speak about Willow, it's clear that there is a kinder, gentler side to the singer known for her tough demeanor and her rebellious nature. But the platinum-selling, platinum-dyed powerhouse singer hasn't exactly gone soft.
The Truth About Love, her new album out this week, is filled with breakup and makeup anthems mostly concerning her on-again-off-again-on-again relationship with husband Carey Hart.