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"One Foot Wrong"
Pink-Funhouse2008
Song by P!nk
from the album Funhouse
Released
October 24, 2008
Recorded
2008
Genre
Pop rock
Length
3:25
Label
LaFace
Writer(s)
P!nk, Eg White
Producer(s)
Eg White
Funhouse track listing
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"One Foot Wrong" is a song by P!nk from her fifth studio album, Funhouse.

BackgroundEdit

P!nk collaborated with Francis "Eg" White on the track. He is notable for working with artists such as Adele, Will Young, and Duffy. On the collaboration with White, P!nk said, "It was my first time working with Eg White and I just adore him. He's eccentric and messy and fucking awesome. We worked in his basement while his wife would be cooking dinner upstairs with their three babies and I just loved it. It was really inspiring and a great change of pace - different people, different energy."

Lyrically, this song speaks of an acid trip gone bad. P!nk warns on her website, "I used to be into a lot of crazy shit. Acid's the most awful drug ever. Don't take it. But, that song is also about losing control and how easy it is to lose the plot in life and teeter on the edge."

ReferencesEdit

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