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Justin Bieber unveils new track, 'Recovery,' as the fourth song in his Music Mondays series

by Caitlin Carter   Oct 28, 2013 13:06 PM EDT

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Justin Bieber released the fourth song, "Recovery" in his 10-song "Music Mondays" series today. The song has a 90s R&B vibe with smooth guitar lines as the lyrics lament the loss of a relationship, likely his failed romance with Selena Gomez, and his hope that things will get better.

The pop star sings, "First I'll acknowledge, our trust has been broken," Bieber sings. "A successful recovery, I pray for us at night / Bless me with a second chance, never thought I'd see your face again / Learned a lot through trial and error, I try to make it right."

Bieber took to Twitter (as he does at just after midnight on Mondays this past month) to explain his latest track. "It's here," he wrote. "One of the most important songs to me I've ever written. #Recovery. Hope it helps you!"

"Recovery" follows the Music Mondays release of "Hold Tight," "All That Matters" (debuted at No. 24 on Billboard Hot 100 chart), and Heartbreaker" (peaked at No. 13).

The Music Monday's series consists of 10 singles which are dropped right before midnight each Monday leading up to the Christmas Day release of Believe 3D. The upcoming 3D movie is the follow up to his 2011 concert film Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. Bieber began the series with a tweet explaining that these songs were his "journals" and therefore of a more personal nature.

Listen to the new track here, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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