(CBS THIS MORNING) - Multi-platinum singer Josh Groban, known for his romantic lyrics and sweeping tunes, says he'd like to settle down soon, but finds it hard with his tour schedule to meet someone and "really connect."
"You're just in a town for 24 hours and home is where the pillow is," the 32-year-old said Friday on "CBS This Morning."
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Groban, who writes his own songs, says music is an outlet for romantic feeling. He said, joking, "I have so much love to give -- I can't contain it!"
"I'm actually not the most romantic person -- I try to be," Groban said. "I think guys are all kind of guilty of this...(my music) -- it's my way of, I think, getting it out. ... (A producer) said 'don't be afraid to be chivalrous; don't be afraid to be poetic and romantic with your voice."
Groban's latest song is "Brave" from his sixth album called "All That Echoes."
For more with Groban -- including talk about how he was bullied, his musical inspirations and his Broadway hopes -- watch the full "CTM" interview above.
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