John Mayer calls Still Feel Like Your Man an ace-level song

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Amer­i­can singer John

Mayer (above) has spilled the beans on find­ing hap­pi­ness be­fore turn­ing the big 40. In an in­ter­view with GQ Style, the Grammy win­ner ad­mit­ted that he feels pretty ful­filled with the life around him.

“I’m happy be­cause a lot of ex­pec­ta­tion that I had for my­self was prob­a­bly a lit­tle bit un­nec­es­sary. I have a per­fect im­age of am­bi­tion and re­ward for my life right now,” said Mayer.

The Grav­ity hit­maker added, “I know what to ex­pect, I know how much I should be ask­ing for when I knock on the door, and I get it. I write down on a piece of pa­per what I want out of life, work and fame, and I have all the stuff I want... Yeah, I’d prob­a­bly like an­other 10, 15, 20 per­cent, but that comes with an­other 85 per­cent of headache.”

Fur­ther­more, the singer ad­mit­ted to draw­ing back from fame. “I’m not be­ing pushed into bat­tle, I’m lead­ing the charge. I understand what my vi­sion is. I’m like, John, you made a record full of bal­lads and R&B songs that no­body knows how to pro­mote be­cause you’re not an R&B artist. So, I think, Still Feel Like Your Man is an ace level song and record­ing. I’ll stand up for that song any day of the week... It’s an R&B lit­tle mas­ter­piece, and I’ve worked long enough with in­cred­i­bly, in­sanely tal­ented people to be able to say that,” said Mayer.

PHOTO: VIC­TO­RIA WILL/IN­VI­SION/AP

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