When it comes to who John Mayer loves, a picture speaks louder than words.
The singer/songwriter recruited his girlfriend, Katy Perry, to join him in the cover art for their duet, "Who You Love."
The single is on Mayer's recently released album, "Paradise Valley," and if the lyrics don't tell the story of a couple in love, Perry's "love giggle" at the end seems to say it all.
So when it came time to officially release the track, Mayer and Perry posed for a series of intimate photographs taken by Mario Sorrenti, and then used one of the snapshots for the single's cover.
"'Who You Love' is here. Proud of this song, proud of this artwork, proud of this girl," Mayer, 36, tweeted Monday night.
Mayer and Perry have been dating on and off since the summer of 2012, but they've recently seemed to commit to being "on."
Nowhere is that status more obvious than on "Who You Love," which sees Perry and Mayer crooning to each other about accepting the fact that "you can't make yourself stop dreaming of who you're dreaming of."
As for that throaty laugh at the end, 29-year-old Perry said "I think I was just so happy. I love that song. ... You're catching the real moment, there."
To see more of the couple's photo session with Sorrenti, check out VanityFair.com.
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Her music - not so much.
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