In the follow-up to his debut track 'She's Got A Motorcycle', the 20-year-old strums in a recording studio and strolls through a park while singing about a girl who loves him in spite of his many flaws.
Cocozza sings in the chorus how he's been told: "You're a natural disaster/But this isn't over/Catastrophic Casanova/You're mine and I love ya/You don't need me to tell ya/That I'm here to help ya/Catastrophic Casanova/You're mine and I love ya."
The 20-year-old - who was famously thrown off The X Factor in 2011 for allegedly bragging about his drug use - also sings about getting his girlfriend's name wrong in a birthday love song, buying her flowers that have been dead for hours and missing a date at ten past eight because his train was late.
The song is included on Cocozza's debut EP The Motorcycle, which he released on iTunes back in November.
'She's Got A Motorcycle' only reached number 89 in the singles chart when it was unveiled that same month.
Digital Spy readers also showed their disapproval of the song, with 59% of voters in our exclusive poll at the time rating 'She's Got A Motorcycle' a 'miss'.