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Ariana Grande Calls Pete Davidson Her Soulmate in His Eponymous Song

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Ariana Grande predicted that she was going to marry Pete Davidson three years ago, on the first day they met, which probably sounds pretty crazy to most people. But you know what they say — when you know, you know — and the 25-year-old crooner knew the Saturday Night Live star was her soulmate very early on in their relationship.

In her new song, “Pete Davidson,” which — you guessed it — is about the 24-year-old, Ari admits that the universe put her and Pete together.

She croons during the Sweetener interlude, “Universe must have my back / Fell from the sky into my lap / And I know you know that you’re my soulmate and all that.”

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AG appeared on The Tonight Show last night to promote her new LP and told host Jimmy Fallon that she wrote the track, which is about her now-fiancé, just a week after they started “hanging out.’

“I just made it and I sent it to him, and I didn’t know what to call it, so I just called it ‘Pete,'” she explained. “It was either going to be that, or ‘This Is About Pete Davidson.’ I was like, ‘Why not?’ You know? You should be direct.”

Subtlety clearly isn’t her strong suit.

Click here to download or stream AG’s new album and check out the full lyrics to “Pete Davidson” below:

I thought you into my life, woah
Look at my mind, yeah
No better place or a time
Look how they align
Universe must have my back
Fell from the sky into my lap
And I know you know that you’re my soulmate and all that
I’m like ooh, ooh
My whole life got me ready for you, ooh, ooh
Got me happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy, yeah
I’ma be happy, happy
Won’t get no crying from me, yeah
Gonna be happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy, yeah
Gonna be happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy, yeah
Gonna be happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy
I’ma be happy, happy

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