Liam Payne's New Song Is Full Of Breakup (And Makeup) Sex

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"It has just been me and him and I'm just loving being a mother at the moment".

Cheryl is now enjoying maternity leave with son Bear, to whom she gave birth just six months ago, but already Liam is ready for her to quit lolling about at home and start earning a crust.

'I hated being pregnant, ' Cheryl told The Sun.

"You said it was over / But your clothes say different on my bedroom floor", Payne sings repeatedly in the chorus, an ode to a couple who can't make up their mind.

Perhaps it's because, while Nicole Scherzinger might be entertaining on the show, we've never seen her as anything other than a ready-made, always glamorous pop star. The second verse is more direct: "Why you always act like you don't want me?"

In this case, it's the lyrics to Liam's new single "Bedroom Floor" that may hint at a little past drama between the lovebirds.

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She said: "Obviously my whole body changed, naturally, but all the females in my family are fortunate like that...for me, after three months, I started working out one hour a day".

Fan opinion: Fans were quick to claim the song was about Cheryl trying to split with Liam with one follower quizzically writing: 'I'm getting slight Cheryl vibes from #bedroomfloor.?!'

Another fan went straight to the point, writing: 'This was the song that you wrote when Cheryl made a decision to break up with you?'

Nadine Coyle released her new solo single "Go To Work" last month.

He told The Sun: "There's one song that is basically phone call that happened between me and her when she was about to let it go".

"This is a long time ago. And it's basically me trying to cling on and say: "No, no, no it's all going to work out, don't worry about it, give it time".

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