"Just Give Me a Reason" is a popular song by American singer Pink, featuring Nate Ruess, the lead vocalist of the band fun. It was released in 2012 as the third single from Pink's sixth studio album, "The Truth About Love."

"Just Give Me a Reason" is a heartfelt pop ballad that explores themes of love, vulnerability, and the complexities of a romantic relationship. The song's lyrics depict a couple going through a difficult period in their relationship, expressing their desire to understand each other's feelings and find a way to make things work.

The song was written by Pink, Nate Ruess, Jeff Bhasker, and the Swedish producers Shellback and Max Martin. It features Pink's powerful and emotive vocals, complemented by Nate Ruess's soulful and expressive singing, creating a captivating and emotionally charged duet.

Upon its release, "Just Give Me a Reason" received widespread acclaim from music critics and audiences. It became a commercial success, topping the charts in multiple countries, including the Billboard Hot 100, where it became Pink's fourth number-one single.

The music video for "Just Give Me a Reason" features Pink and Nate Ruess singing in separate rooms, with Pink reflecting on the ups and downs of her relationship. The video's visuals complement the song's themes of emotional struggle and vulnerability.

"Just Give Me a Reason" received several award nominations and won the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance in 2014.

The song's emotional depth, the powerful vocal performances of Pink and Nate Ruess, and its relatable themes of love and reconciliation have made "Just Give Me a Reason" a timeless ballad and one of Pink's signature songs. Its success further solidified Pink's reputation as a talented and versatile artist in the pop music industry.