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"Don't You Remember," the final track written for the album, addresses him in a similar way.Additionally, "Rumour Has It" was written about the rumors that Adele's own friends were spreading about her love life and breakup with "Mr.We’d finish each other’s sentences, and he could just pick up how I was feeling by the look in my eye, down to a T, and we loved the same things, and hated the same things, and we were brave when the other was brave and weak when the other one was weak..I think that’s rare when you find the full circle in one person, and I think that’s what I’ll always be looking for in other men. But now, after some time, it only seems right that the person who so far has had the biggest impact on me-has now changed my life for fucking ever with this album-deserves a little credit.
According to Adele, the relationship became the "biggest deal in [her] entire life to date", and in addition to being highly compatible, her lover also stimulated her interest in various worldly affairs: "He was older, he was successful in his own right...
She clarified that the album was not solely about her "bitching about an ex-boyfriend", but that she also wrote songs on which she tried to "be honest about [her] own flaws." Following the breakup, Adele went into the studio the very next day and came up with the first single and track from the second album (which would later become titled 21), "Rolling in the Deep" with producer and co-writer Paul Epworth.
Ryan Tedder, Fraser T Smith, Rick Rubin, Greg Wells, and Dan Wilson also contributed to the album.
21." Sources who have claimed to know Sturrock have told tabloids that they dated throughout the course of the tour, and he ended up serving as the inspiration behind 21.
Others noted that they may have been romantically linked because Adele brought him to the Grammy Awards in 2009 and thanked him when she won the award for Best New Artist.