July 19, 2011 at 9:04 AM ET
Does Jennifer Lopez's new album "Love?" drop some hints about trouble within her marriage to Marc Anthony? As PEOPLE magazine points out, there's not much reading between the lines required in Lopez's latest single, "Starting Over," where she refers to "my man" as a "dog" and a "player," watching "these dreams falling apart at the seams." She continues, "All his secrets, all his lies, I just keep pushing 'em out my mind."
It should be noted that the song was actually not penned by Lopez. It was co-written and co-produced by Wynter Gordon, who also sings backup vocals on the track, and Nathaniel Mills and Marcella Araica also have writing credits.
Lopez does have a writing credit for "One Love," a song that also seems to have a not-so-thinly-veiled reference to her marriage. Lopez begins by listing three prior loves, and ultimately gets to "number four," and sings:
This one "sang to me, but I'm not sure," she sings. "So worn out, but ... made me wanna try once more."