John Mayer, Katy Perry, Who You Love

These two are quite a sight for sore eyes.

Katy Perry and her beau John Mayer posed together for a romantic black-and-white photo which serves as the cover art for their duet "Who You Love," off of Mayer's sixth studio album Paradise Valley.

"'Who You Love' is here. Proud of this song, proud of this artwork, proud of this girl. - JM," Perry's man tweeted.

The beautiful snapshot features Mayer sitting on the ground, strumming his guitar, while Katy seductively lays on the couch behind him.

Katy Perry, John Mayer, Grammys

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"Who You Love" is a sweet melody that tells the story of opening your heart up and allowing yourself to fully love the person in your life—or specifically to "love who you love, who you love."

"It was a really great experience and the song is one of these like old FM '70s and '80s sort of like duets," Mayer said of writing the song with his lady. "And I listened back to it; it's, like, really convincing. And I watched it get made and I'm still kind of taken aback."

Mayer also confessed to Billboard magazine that the general idea behind the song can be best described as, "I love you based on the fact that I've tried to run and I'm not running and I give up."

He added that his girlfriend wrote the lyrics to her part of the song herself and said that "it was a really fun opportunity for her to write like, her answer to that."

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