Justin Bieber’s Changes Has A Romantic Song For Every Occasion

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Justin Bieber’s Seasons docu-series shows the world an understanding of what love means to the singer — from making his wife the muse for his new music to seeing both of them gush over each other in solo interviews like crushing school kids. His earliest music obsessed over the idea of love, but now, he’s found it and lives inside of it, happily and to its fullest extent.

His first album in nearly five years, Changes, is out today (February 14) and explores every side of love that you can find, along with the personal growth that has made him into the man he is today. There’s no coincidence that it’s out on Valentine’s Day. It’s a collection of romantic notes for the lover in all of us.

To navigate the year’s most amorous 24 hours, we’ve put together a guide to the album so you’ll have a tune that you can apply to your situation for every romantic mood. After all, every day is Valentine’s Day when you’re in love.

  • “All Around Me”

    Listen to it when you’re feeling: affectionate and super touchy-feely

    Blush-worthy line: “I need you all around me / Wouldn’t wanna be in any other place”

    Although this stripped-down album introduction functions as the beginning of something grand, Bieber’s maximized affection feels like familiar love, the kind that gets sparked again after a major realization that your partner is yours forever. This feels like a sure-fire pick to soundtrack baby-shower compilation videos.

  • “Habitual”

    Listen to it when you’re feeling: like you want to kiss your sleeping partner’s forehead

    Blush-worthy line: “My love for you’s habitual, yeah / Not for a moment, but forever”

    This soft-pop synth playground is a declaration by Bieber that his love isn’t for a moment; it’s forever. It looks at Earth’s revolutions as the glue that ties his love to his partner.

  • “Come Around Me”

    Listen to it when you’re feeling: very, very horny

    Blush-worthy line: “When you come around me / Do me like you miss me”

    A brain-bubbling hip-hop groove courtesy of Poo Bear and The Audibles and a sampled noise that sounds like a Martian’s voice swirled in a loop make “Come Around Me” a mellow and freakish vibe, perfect for amorous activities. “Let’s get it in expeditiously,” Justin croons. What a vibe.

  • “Intentions” (ft. Quavo)

    Listen to it when you’re feeling: like showering your partner with compliments

    Blush-worthy line: “Picture perfect, you don’t need no filter / Gorgeous, make them drop dead, you a killer”

    Drag that old MP3 of “Here Comes the Bride” into the trash. Instead, cue “Intentions,” the ode to partners that swings its saccharine sound like a bouquet of flowers and flings it off into the air. You won’t be emotional, though. You’ll be too busy dancing.

  • “Yummy”

    Listen to it when you’re feeling: hungry for dessert

    Blush-worthy line: “I’m elated that you are my lady”

    Like its delicious video, “Yummy” is for second and third dates. It’s for pulling out all the stops for extravagant, no-coupon dine-ins, blindly picking entrees from fancy menus, leaving luxurious tips, and finally heading back home for… dessert. Extra yummy.

  • “Available”

    Listen to it when you’re feeling: like you’re suffering from snuggling withdrawals

    Blush-worthy line: “Hurry up and get here now but don’t speed / I’ll never get over you up on me”

    Post-“U up?” text Bieber is in a minute of horny inspiration, requesting for his partner to zoom over like Road Runner and hop into his arms. He’s visiting some X-rated moments in his memory, requesting a sequel over

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