Justin Bieber – As I Am Ft. Khalid | Lyrics Meaning & Song Review

“As I Am” is the third track on Justin Bieber’s 2021 album ‘Justice.’ The song features vocals by singer Khalid, and marks their first collaboration together. In the song, Justin Bieber apologizes for his selfish behavior in his relationship.

Justin Bieber released his sixth studio album ‘Justice’ on March 19, 2021. This is his follow-up project to the 2020 release ‘Changes.’ Announcing the new album, Justin Bieber said “This is me doing a small part. My part. I want to continue the conversation of what justice looks like so we can continue to heal.”

In the lyrics of the song, Justin Bieber pleads his partner to take him as he is into her life, and he swears he will try harder to be better. And he also apologizes for all his behavior so far, which should have chased this girl away, but it didn’t because of her love.

Listen to “As I Am” by Justin Bieber Ft. Khalid

Since Justin Bieber has no evidence of his good behavior to show, he promises that he will make his best attempt to change for the better. He also guarantees that he will not leave her side in a ‘forever scenario.

Justin Bieber says that he is constantly surprised why she is still by his side. He must have done enough to change any other girl. But not this one. She is special.

In the second verse by Khalid, he sings his promises to this girl. He still doesn’t have proper actions to support his verbal claims. But if the girl did not leave him this far, she probably would not in a scenario where is actually making an attempt.

All the singer can do is to plead; “Take me as I am, swear I’ll do the best I can.”

Let us hear what you think about this song in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics on Genius.

Adam McDonald

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