The timid second track on Maroon 5’s fifth studio album, V. It uses animal metaphors to describe a breakup that might not last. It was released as the second single shortly after its release.
Its music video came out September 29th. In it, Adam plays a butcher stalking a woman (played by his wife).
Both the video’s premise and final scenes have attracted controversy for their sexual content, liberal blood use, and perceived glamorization of unhealthy relationships.