My Life Would Suck Without You - Composition

Composition

"My Life Would Suck Without You" is a pop rock and dance-pop song with a length of three minutes and 31 seconds. The song is set in the time signature of common time and has a moderate fast tempo of 138 beats per minute. It was written in a key of A major and Clarkson's vocal range within the song spans from A3 to E5. The instruments utilised in the song include synthesizers, guitars, drums, and bass. The song begins with mellow guitar plucking and transcends into a melody of synthesizers, guitars, and synthesized drums. The melody then cascades into a chorus of crashing cymbals, bass, synthesizers, and loud guitars. The lyrics for "My Life Would Suck Without You" are centered around a tumultuous relationship.

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