Ariana Grande's fourth studio album, Sweetener, is full of upbeat jams like "The Light Is Coming" and powerful anthems like "God Is a Woman," but no song has stirred fans as much as the album's interlude, "Pete Davidson." The song is barely more than a minute long, but the sweet serenade for her fiancé is a testament to the love Grande has for the SNL comedian. "I thought you into my life / Whoa / Look at my mind," she sings on the short track. "No better place or a time / Look how they align / Universe must have my back / Fell from the sky into my lap."
Grande even declares Davidson her one true love, singing, "And I know you know that you my soulmate." In an adorable shoutout to her love, the first verse of the song is actually in reference to the Instagram post that made the couple's relationship "official" back in May. The song sparked a huge response on Twitter, and the reactions from Grande's fans will definitely make you smile. It seems like everyone really does like a love story.