Cher worked out the tracklisting for her new album by listening to it on a trampoline every day.
"I'd jump on a trampoline for aerobics and listen to it every day, changing things around until it finally worked," she mused to the Metro.
She also went on to shed some light on her creative process 'vis-a-vis' how sad a song can be.
"Even my saddest songs have a positive message. Both 'Believe' and 'I Hope You Find It' originally had a second verse that was the same as the first," she explained.
"I told both writers: "There’s no fucking way I’m gonna be heartbroken for two verses. After one verse, it’s 'fuck you, I’m outta here.'"