The Jonas Brothers star has opened up about the meaning of the band's track and confessed it holds a special place in his heart.
Speaking in the band's concert documentary film Happiness Continues, he said of the track: '''Hesitate' is a song I wrote. It's like my vows before I wrote my vows. It's my promise to [my wife] Sophie. I can see in the audience when it's definitely those other people's songs. I see couples holding each other. I see somebody that song got them through something. For me, it takes me to a whole different universe. I'm seeing her walk down the aisle again every time I close my eyes.''
The lyrics of the track include: ''I will take your pain / And put it on my heart / I won't hesitate / Just tell me where to start / I thank the oceans for giving me you / You saved me once and now I'll save you too / I won't hesitate for you.''
Meanwhile, Joe previously admitted spending time at home with Sophie Turner amid the coronavirus pandemic is ''wonderful''.
Speaking recently, he said: ''I think for us, it is nice to have each other during this time, but I think it can be [different] for a lot of different people. We got married last year, so naturally just wanting to be together, it's a really special time.''
And Sophie is enjoying her time in quarantine with Joe.
She explained: ''I'm kind of loving it. I'm an introvert, I'm a homebody, if I could stay at home all day I would, so this is great for me.
''I see how people are finding it difficult, but I don't understand how people are really struggling to practice social distancing. I'm like, all you have to do is stay at home and get drunk at home. It's great.''
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