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Sheralyn May Wants To “Baby You” With Her Latest Pop Ballad

Following up from her recent Pop/Ballad single “Fool for You,” Melbourne, Australia-based RnB/Pop singer-songwriter Sheralyn May got back in the studio to write and record her newest RnB track: ‘Baby You’ produced by RMR Productions.

With a mix of RnB and pop, Sheralyn May in ‘Baby You’ reflects on the emotions someone may have when falling in love. This song represents how you cannot ignore the feelings and love you have towards someone, that no matter what you do, you cannot get your mind off them. In this track, Sheralyn May also talks about taking things slow and that there is no rush with love, but to just accept it and to let it unfold. ‘Baby You’ reflects on the difficulty of hiding your emotions and feelings towards someone when you know they are the one for you. Sheralyn May wants her listeners to know that it is important to not get overwhelmed with your emotions, and to not to overthink it. For more by Sheralyn May, visit sheralynmay.com

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