On the brand-new song, which is taken from the upcoming album "Holy Fvck," Lovato sings, "Numbers told you not to/But that didn't stop you.
The singer-songwriter Demi Lovato recently shared a new song called "29," in which she seems to consider the age difference in their relationship with That '70s Show actor Wilder Valderrama, whom Lovato dated from 2010 to 2016.
only five years as a student and teacher/bleeder "Far from innocent" What the fuck’s consent? "Numbers told you not to/But that didn’t stop you,” Lovato sings on the new song, the third single from her forthcoming album "Holy Fvck."
Finally 29/Funny, just like you were at the time/ I thought it was a teenage dream, just a fantasy/But was it yours or was it mine?/17/29, "the singer continues in the song."
Though Lovato doesn’t expressly name Valderrama, and has not confirmed that that’s who the song is about, there was a 12-year-age gap between the couple when they started dating in 2010 — when Lovato was 18, and Valderrama was 29.
Elsewhere in the song, Lovato appears to reference the age gap between Valderrama and his current partner, Amanda Pachecho, who is 12 years younger than him, singing: “I see you’re quite the collector / Yeah you’re twelve years her elder / Maybe now it doesn’t matter / But I know fucking better.”
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