"The Best Part (Interlude)" is a short introduction which starts Meghan Trainor's album Title.
"The Best Part", which declares Trainor's delight in being a songwriter and shares similarities with Pat Ballard's "Mr. Sandman" (1954). A bubblegum-pop doo-wop song.
In her Spotify Track by Track Commentary she stated that;
- This song is only vocals because she loves acapellas.
- She recorded it in Kevin Kadish 's House.
- She wrote it in her car on the way home from the studio.
- The sounds of the song actually came from a "catchy little melody""
"I got a heart full of rhythm,
that beats with no pain,
I got a head full of melodies
stuck in my brain.
But the best part of being a singer at all
Is singing to the world my songs
I said singing to the world, my songs"