Britain's Got Talent rapper Mr Zip has revealed the true pain and emotion behind his heart warming song from Saturday night’s show.
The 41-year-old rapper told a heart wrenching story of a man who lost his phones and his keys, named simply 'Where Me Keys and Phone'.
The song was stuck in our heads for most of the weekend, and we reckon it's sure to be a hit if ever released.
Discussing the meaning behind the powerful track, Mr Zip reveals: "I’ve lost too many phones in the past. Mr Zip’s top tip is to attach your keys to a chain.
"Also, always empty your pockets before you go to bed. I’ve been caught out too many times in the morning thinking I’ve lost my keys and phone, only to find them in my jeans. Rookie mistake!"
Wise, wise words there.
Speaking to the official ITV1 website, Mr Zip - real name Zipparah Tafari - also admitted he had a bit of a crush on BGT judge Amanda Holden!
He said: "I was so star struck with Amanda, she’s really cool. I want to write a song about her. That woman glows, I swear I could see a halo forming around her head at auditions.
"She said I could go global, she totally smashed it for me."