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19 June 2012, 11:40
The Girls Aloud star says she was in "the worst relationship of my life" as she opens up on the tracks' lyrics.
Cheryl Cole has confessed that her new song 'Craziest Things' is based on a former relationship she had as a teenager.
The '3 Words' star told We Love Pop magazine that it was "the worst relationship" of her life and that the songs' lyrics, which is a collaboration with manager Will.i.am, detail all of the trauma she endured during that time.
"I was in the worst relationship of my life," she admitted. "We swore, we fought, we did everything it says in that song."
The star also revealed that she ended the relationship after showing concern for her health.
"People think it's passionate and fun, but it's aggressive and wrong. I was depressed and poorly. I had to end it for my health," she added.
Media reports had suggested that the song, and similar titled tracks were based on her marriage to Ashley Cole – something which she has denied on numerous occasions.
Check out a picture of Cheryl during an album signing for her new record 'A Million Lights' in London yesterday below:
The singer released her new album 'A Million Lights' this week which features collaborations with the likes of Calvin Harris, Wretch 32 and a song written by Lana Del Rey.
The star is also set to head out on her debut UK arena tour later this year and was recently forced to add additional dates to the jaunt due to popular demand.
Cheryl has told fans that she will be going "all out" on the outing promising a truly visual performance.