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"Mirrors" is a song recorded by American singer Justin Timberlake for his third studio album The 20/20 Experience (2012). On February 10, 2013 Timberlake teased on his Twitter account stating that there would be a special surprise following his performance at the 2013 Grammys. "Mirrors" was released to download the following day. "Mirrors" was available to buy as either as a stand-alone track or as an "instant-gratification download" when a customer pre-ordered The 20/20 Experience. The single will be physically released on March 1, 2013 in Germany, as a second single from the album. On February 10, 2013 Timberlake teased on his Twitter account stating that there would be a special surprise following his performance at the 2013 Grammys. "Mirrors" was released to download the following day. "Mirrors" was available to buy as either as a stand-alone track or as an "instant-gratification download" when a customer pre-ordered The 20/20 Experience. The single will be physically released on March 1, 2013 in Germany, as a second single from the album. Mirrors is a string-laden mid-tempo pop ballad, with a duration of eight minutes and four seconds (8:04) It begins with "triumphant-sounding synths". The song has a "buoyant" chorus, which sees Timberlake "harmonizing with himself via multi-tracked vocals". Robbie Daw of Idolator cited the song as being "something straight out of 2006". A writer for The Huffington Post cited "Mirrors" as being an archetypical Timbaland production, comparing it to Timberlake's 2006 single "My Love". The song as being cited as being a combination of Timbaland's "classic contemporary rhythmic stylings" with Timberlake's soulful vocals. Los Angeles Times' Mikael Wood described "Mirrors" as a cross between Timberlake's 2002 single "Cry Me a River" and "November Rain" by American hard rock band Guns N' Roses.
In "Mirrors", Timberlake sings to a lover about "coming to the realization" that she is his "other half". The singer references "taking a break from the relationship", with MTV News noting that "just like he did with his now-wife, Jessica Biel": "It was easy coming back to you/ Once I figured it out, you were right here all along," he sings on the chorus. "It's like you're my mirror, my mirror staring back at me/ I couldn't get any bigger/ With anyone else beside of me." Charley Rogulewski of Vibe wrote that the strength of the song is in Timberlake's Neo Blue-eyed soul delivery of the "catchy" lyrics, "I don't want to lose you now. I'm looking right at the other half of me."


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