Selena Gomez has been resting up her voice for this moment! Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Interscope After staying pretty quiet throughout the past year, in the wake of her breakup with Justin Bieber, she is fully ready to unload. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Interscope Her new song "Lose You To Love Me" is basically a monologue of everything she's been thinking and going through and, wow, does it contain some revelations. View this video on YouTube youtube.com Here are the most eyebrow-raising lines about what definitely seems like her relationship with Justin Bieber. "You promised the world and I fell for it/ I put you first and you adored it/ You set fires to my forest/ And you let it burn/ Sang off-key in my chorus 'cause it wasn't yours." Selena Gomez @selenagomez You promised the world. 05:01 PM - 19 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite "I saw the signs and I ignored it/ Rose-colored glasses all distorted." Selena Gomez @selenagomez I saw the signs and I ignored it. @spotify 07:06 PM - 17 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite "You set fire to my purpose, and I let it burn/ You got off on the hurtin', when it wasn't yours." Interscope "We'd always go into it blindly/ I needed to lose you to find me/ This dancing was killing me softly/ I needed to hate you to love me/ I needed to lose you to love me." Interscope "I gave my all and they all know it/ You tore me down and now it's showing." Selena Gomez @selenagomez I gave my all and they all know it. 05:01 PM - 18 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite "In two months you replaced us/ Like it was easy/ Made me think I deserved it, in the thick of healing." Interscope The "two months" reference isn't a coincidence. Selena and Justin reportedly broke up in April; he was seen on his first date with Hailey Bieber in June (and news spread of the pair's engagement in July). "This chapter is closing down/ It's goodbye/ It's goodbye for us." Interscope I have actual chills. Selena is truly thriving. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Fox Sorry to whoever it is she's singing about because you're going to have to hear this everywhere you go for months to come.