Joe Jonas Debuts New Song ‘I’m Sorry’ On ‘Letterman’

August 23, 2011

Joe Jonas just debuted a song from his upcoming album ‘Fast Life’ on the Late Show with David Letterman. The song is called ‘I’m Sorry’ and the lyrics are pretty telling. As you can imagine, it’s a love song of sorts where Joe sings and apologizes, singing “I finally found the truth, I was using you, every night you’re gone, I swear it hurts.” Later he goes on to ask: “what can I do to show you I’m sorry?” The track seems to explain that he got a second chance, but he needs another, saying “you’re the atmosphere, now you’re gone I can’t live, tell me what to do.” Then he pleads singing – “what can I do to show you I’m sorry,” even adding that his heart is out of place, and promising not to make the same mistake. Then Joe basically pours his heart out, repeating “I’m sorry” over and over again. The performance on Letterman was really great and much more low-key than what we’ve seen from his solo music so far. The audience seemed to love it, but we want to know what you guys think about ‘I’m Sorry’ from Joe Jonas. I mean if this song was dedicated to you, would you accept his apology? And while we’re on this note, who exactly do you think Joe is singing this song with in mind? Watch Joe’s performance below.

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