Taio Cruz's "Dynamite" with a splash of "Since U Been Gone," (both written and the latter produced by...you guessed it! Max Martin) but at no point is "Raise Your Glass" not clearly Pink's song. Where younger and less established singers can come off as either one-note party obsessives (Ke$ha) or posers (Avril Lavigne) when singing of boozing and merrymaking, Pink's relationship with the world of recreation has been a consistent theme in her music throughout her genre-jumping career, from Linda Perry's "Get the Party Started" to the rock-infused barfight style "U + Ur Hand" and "So What," to the disarmingly contrite "Sober" and the just as disarmingly hedonistic "Bad Influence," so when Pink sings about a party, you know she knows of what she speaks. (The only insincere moment on "Raise Your Glass," actually, is at the beginning of the bridge, where after a beat or two she muses, "Oh shit, my glass is empty. That SUCKS!" As if Pink would find such a situation the slightest bit concerning.)
Seriously, is this not the cutest woman ever?
Confirmed Track List for Pink's Greatest Hits...So Far!!!
Don’t Let Me Get Me
Please Don’t Leave Me
*I Don’t Believe You
*Only on Deluxe Editions