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Six Popular Songs That You Probably Didn't Know Were Written By Ed Sheeran
10/13/2017 3:02:37 PM

Hollywood, CA, United States (4E) - A few weeks ago, Ed Sheeran announced his new single Perfect. Right now, it has 826k likes and 15k dislikes on its video posted at YouTube, which pretty much says it's a great song and shows how much talent he has. But did you know that he also wrote a few popular songs for other artists that you may have heard and liked?

Love Yourself

Whether you're a "Belieber" or not, Love Yourself is a song recorded by Canadian singer, Justin Bieber for his fourth studio album "Purpose" (2015) and was released as a promotional single on November 8, 2015. The song was written by Ed Sheeran, Benny Blanco and of course, Bieber.

Dark Times

The "Dark Times" is a song sang by The Weekend featuring Ed Sheeran for this second studio album "Beauty Behind the Madness" (2015). It was written by Abel Tesfaye, Ed Sheeran and Jason Quenneville.

I Was Made For Loving You

The "I Was Made For Loving You" is a song recorded and written by both Tori Kelly and Ed Sheeran. It was one of the songs featured in Kelly's debut studio album Unbreakable Smile (2015). In the following year, the album was reissued and had two new tracks added, "Hollow" and "Something Beautiful."

Everything Has Changed

Everyone knows Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran's friendship. The two sang and wrote "Everything Has Changed" for Swift's fourth studio album, Red (2012). That same year, Sheeran joined Swift's tour where they performed the song together every night.

Little Things

The song "Little Things" which was featured in One Direction's second studio album, "Take Me Home" (2012) was written by Ed Sheeran and Fiona Bevan. There's even a video were One Direction sang it with Sheeran, and another video where Sheeran sang the song solo.

Over Again

Another song performed by One Direction is "Over Again" which also written by Ed Sheeran along with Robert Conlon and Alexander Gowers. Just like "Little Things," it was featured in the album "Take Me Home" (2012).

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