Here are some descriptions of the songs that haven’t been released yet
ALL THESE YEARS: It’s a bittersweet acoustic introduction to the album about an encounter with an ex. She sings: “Your hair’s grown a little longer, your arms look a little stronger. Your eyes just as I remember, your smile’s just a little softer.”
SHE LOVES CONTROL: A sultry summer number flecked with Spanish guitar and a thumping bassline. Camila unapologetically opens with the lines: “Cold, ‘cause she has been here before, she doesn’t cry anymore, no looking back.”
INSIDE OUT: This sunny reggaeton tune features a bouncy and danceable melody and suitably playful lyrics to boot. She sings: “I wanna love you inside out, show me what your inside ‘bout.”
CONSEQUENCES: Her most deeply personal and tear-jerking ballad with her powerful vocals against a delicate piano. She sings about the impact of a partner on her life, even revealing: “Lost a little weight because I wasn’t eating.”
SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE: There is a serious piano introduction into this heartfelt number with ethereal backing vocals. She sings: “Something’s gotta change but I know it won’t. No reason to stay, it’s a good reason to go.” At another point she adds: “I think I’m breaking right now.”
IN THE DARK: This smooth R&B tune is all about trying to get a partner to open up to her to make their relationship work. She hums: “Why can’t you show me who are you in the dark? Show me the scary part."
INTO IT: The sexiest tune with sharp and catchy production. After opening with falsetto vocals, she croons: “I’m into it, whatever trouble that you’re thinking, I could get into it. I see a king size bed in the corner we should get into it.”