This May 6, 2014 photo released by iHeartRadio shows Hunter Hayes performing songs from his new album "Storyline," at the iHeartRadio Theater presented by P.C. Richard & Son in New York. (AP Photo/iHeartRadio, Douglas Sonders)
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Hunter Hayes may be a platinum-selling, arena-headlining, Grammy Award-nominated country star, but he has all the same questions about love as any other 22-year-old.Co-written with songwriters Bonnie Baker and Katrina Elam, the song was so personal to Hayes he says he spent nearly two months working on putting it to music, erasing much of his work and then starting over again.He played all the instruments himself on his self-titled debut album, which earned him four Grammy nominations and led to three platinum-selling singles.So when it came time to record new music for another album, he wanted to avoid repeating himself.
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