Chris Brown pines for an old flame on the melancholy new song 'She Ain't You,' from his latest effort 'F.A.M.E.'
The mid-tempo song borrows the music from the Michael Jackson classic 'Human Nature.' Brown sings that he's found a new girl, but he's not happy because he still prefers his ex:
"You make it hard for me to see somebody else / I'm calling her your name / Yeah, it's messed up, cause I'm thinking 'bout you."
Brown bluntly adds that he'd gladly make a trade to get his ex back: "If I could just trade her in, I would / Cause nobody can pass you up."
If 'She Ain't You' becomes a hit, it would be the second prominent song to reach the Top 10 by incorporating the melody from 'Human Nature.' In 1993, SWV got to No. 2 with 'Right Here,' which also lifted the music from the Michael Jackson track.
'She Ain't You' appears on Brown's new album 'F.A.M.E.,' which was released on Tuesday and also contains the hits 'Yeah 3X' and 'Look at Me Now.'
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