Daniel Bedingfield's massively popular love songs are all written especially for the different women in his life.
The British singer changes his varied musical style every time he meets a new lady - to make sure they love his songs.
He says, "If I dated a woman who didn't like my music that's fine. I would modify my work and make something she liked, just for her.
"That's what I've done with every love song - I've made the song that the girl wanted."
However, this method of songwriting does present some problems for the IF YOU'RE NOT THE ONE crooner.
He laments, "(It can be) really sad when you break up with them later, because you feel like a complete liar when you sing a song like NEVER GONNA LEAVE YOUR SIDE and then break up."28/07/2003 13:35
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