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"Just Like a Pill" is a pop-rock song by American singer Pink. It was written and produced by Dallas Austin and Pink for her second studio album Missundaztood. The lyrics of the song deal with getting out of painful relationships, with a subtheme about drug abuse. The song was released worldwide as the third single from M!sundastood in June 2002 and was a commercial success, peaking at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. It also performed well internationally, becoming her first number-one on the UK Singles Chart and reaching the top 10 in, amongst other countries, Ireland, France, the Netherlands and Sweden. "Just Like a Pill" was written by P!nk with the help of Dallas Austin, who also produced and did the musical arrangement for the song. Pink said in an interview that "Just Like a Pill" shows "part of who I am", referring to her documented problems with drugs. In this angst-fueled pop-rock number, Pink compares her toxic romance to a bad drug trip - something she's quite familiar with from her wild teen years. "That's part of who I am but I'm not as self-destructive as I used to be," she explained in a 2004 interview. "I've done it so I'm not curious about it."