You don't have to try so hard You don't have to, give it all away You just have to get up, get up, get up, get up You don't have to change a single thing You don't have to try, try, try, try You don't have to try, try, try, try You don't have to try, try, try, try You don't have to try You don't have to try Mm, mm Get your shopping on, at the mall, max your credit cards You don't have to choose, buy it all, so they like you Do they like you?
The clip, which features a number of girls and women of all ages and ethnicities made up to the nines, sees them singing along to such poignant lyrics as, 'When you're all alone by yourself, do you like you?
'Speaking to Elle magazine about the process of filming the video, Colbie admitted it was challenging seeing herself with not a lick of make-up on in front of the bright lights and on a high definition screen.'I thought, "Oh my god, I bet they're all looking at my blemishes, thinking that I should cover them up, or that I should put some volume in my hair." But it also felt really cool to be on camera with zero on, like literally nothing on.
'I told him that I was getting a lot of pressure to be someone I'm not, both musically and image-wise.
Although I don't want to do it, I'm just going to make these people happy,' she says.
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"He was the guy who warms me up and talks with the band, so we had to work together more than we ever had," she adds.
But even she is sick and tired of the unrealistic expectations placed on women to always look a certain way, not helped by the added pressure brought on by heavily Photoshopped magazine images we all see everyday.
In her new single Try, from the album Gypsy Heart, the 29-year-old takes a stance against so-called perfection, encouraging women of all ages to embrace what they already have as they strip off the layers of make-up for the camera.
'He started laughing, and said, "We're not going to do that.''That right there gave me the creative freedom,' she continues.