Kelly Clarkson‘s deluxe version of her Chemistry album, released in June, includes an unreleased track titled “You Don’t Make Me Cry,” featuring a special guest appearance. The song opens with Auto-Tuned vocals from Clarkson’s daughter, River Rose, adding a unique touch to the track. As the song progresses, it incorporates a trap beat, and Clarkson’s lyrics convey a message of empowerment, emphasizing that she won’t let someone have the power to make her upset anymore.
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In a statement about the album, Clarkson described the concept of Chemistry as the powerful and often overwhelming feeling of having a connection with someone. She explained that this connection can lead people down various paths, both positive and negative, and the album explores the different aspects of chemistry in relationships.
The addition of “You Don’t Make Me Cry” to the deluxe version of the album provides fans with fresh content and a glimpse into Clarkson’s evolving sound and style. The song’s bold pop sound and heartfelt lyrics are likely to resonate with listeners as they explore the multifaceted theme of chemistry in relationships.