Jonas Brothers – Hesitate (Lyrics Review and Song Meaning)


“Hesitate” is the 12th track on Jonas Brothers’ brand new reunion album “Happiness Begins”. In an interview with Billboard magazine, Nick Jonas said the song was about Joe Joans’ fiancee and now wife of Game Of Thrones star Sophie Turner.

“Happiness Begins” is the fifth studio album from Jonas Brothers and comes after a five-year hiatus since the band’s split. The group announced their reunion in early 2019 and came back strong with a brand new single and a video “Sucker” which also featured all of the brothers’ girlfriends and wives.

“Hesitate” is a ballad about tough times in a relationship and how brothers would make sure loved ones don’t feel lost or left behind. The underlying theme of the song is that they won’t hesitate to save their spouses from grief, pain and hard times.

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The lyrics of the song also speak of the maturity of the brothers in relationship; “I won’t be afraid, it’s the old, old, old me.” This time around, they’ll take care of things differently, take responsibility and bond for both.

The choir also talks about a time when their partners saved them. Now they are in debt forever and they will return the favor forever. The second verse also repeats how the Brothers will never leave their partners, no matter how difficult things get. Whatever is thrown at them, they swear to face and conquer together. It is the most beautiful of loves.

The song is a beautiful ballad of love and the Jonas Brothers do full justice to preserve the serenity of the song.

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