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18 July 2012, 14:30 | Updated: 18 July 2012, 15:13
The 'Sober' star says she feels differently about love since becoming a mother and her new album reflects this.
Pink says the title track from her new album 'The Truth About Love' is her favourite song on the record and reflects her changed outlook on love since becoming a mother and a wife.
The 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' singer will launch her sixth studio album this September, and has explained that the song shows how differently she feels about romance and the word love now she is a parent to daughter Willow.
"'The Truth About Love' is one of my favourite songs on the record," Pink revealed to MTV News this week. "But I realised it also sums up my whole adventure in this lifetime.
"I used to be really motivated to do really dangerous, stupid things for love, and I was really fearful of love," the 'So What' star explained. "When I was a little girl 'love' meant fighting and bickering and losing your parents.
"But now love is also having a child and unconditional and beautiful and, with my husband, sexual," she added.
Pink went on to promise fans that her latest album, the follow-up to 2008's 'Funhouse', will not be what they expect and features her take on a variety of different genres including rock and roll, R&B and pop.
Check out a picture of Pink with her husband Corey Hart earlier this year below (Credit: Getty):
Earlier this week Pink released the illustrated album artwork for her new record, and is expected to premiere a music video for her latest single 'Blow Me (One Last Kiss)' in the coming weeks.
Pink's new album 'The Truth About Love' is set to be officially released on 18th September.