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Justin Bieber Gets Personal And Vulnerable On New Track 'I'll Show You'

JB sings about the downside of fame.

Justin Bieber said his new album, Purpose, would be his most personal and honest yet, and with his new track, "I'll Show You," he clearly wasn't kidding.

The song is raw, vulnerable and highly emotional as Justin talks about the downsides of fame and what it's like to have your every move be judged. But like he says in the song, "You act like you know me, but you never will."

If you read deep into the lyrics of the track -- a slow ballad with an electronic beat -- provided by the song's producer, Skrillex, you can't help but feel sorry for Justin as he struggles with making the right decisions, while growing up in the limelight.

The song starts off with Justin comparing his life to a movie that everyone is watching and how he struggles to make the right decisions because the "pressure's coming down like lightning."

"This life's not easy, I'm not made out of steel/ Don't forget that I'm human, don't forget that I'm real/ You act like you know me, but you never will/ But that's one thing that I know for sure/ I'll show you," he sings.

Justin also dropped the video for the song, which follows him along as he runs through the mountains, sits on the edge of a cliff and takes a plunge, in just his white Calvin Klein underwear, in the water.

I assume the video was shot in Iceland, since Justin posted this picture a month back of him giving a high five to a friend just after taking a glacier dip in those same tighty whities.

This is the third song released off his upcoming album (Nov. 13) and follows "What Do You Mean" and "Sorry."