Boy meets girl, boy loves girl, boy loses girl. In this pensive ballad by new act SingleTree, a man questions whether his best efforts really mattered at all now that his world has fallen apart and his girl is gone.
The lyrics tell a clear story of how love's loss has pushed him to his limits, and the electric gu
itar complements that y
earning, longing feeling that accompanies so many broken hearts. The vocal is earnest and honest and is piercing in its pain.
The song itself is not revolutionary, but it's a decent introduction to the band. although they fail to distinguish themselves from other acts trying to make the same arduous climb to the top.
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Well I have to disagree I’m giving it an A+ after hearing some of the songs and singers on radio right now!!! I mean come on I know talent when I hear it and well I think they have the “it” factor!
starts strong, ends annoying – in short, a missed opportunity for the boys.
I bet you like “all i want to do” though huh tom?
Thank its just what we need in country music true talent, and well writen songs something we don’t have much of anymore!
I think this band has alot of talent, however I would like to hear what they sound like doing a more up tempo song because the vocals are great.
This song isn’t unique in the least. It actually seems to fit right in with the blandness that country radio is offering right now. The voice is technically good, but pretty run of the mill and the melody is incredibly predictable.
“This song isn’t unique in the least. It actually seems to fit right in with the blandness that country radio is offering right now. The voice is technically good, but pretty run of the mill and the melody is incredibly predictable.”
WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU HEARD ANYTHING UNIQUE ON COUNTRY RADIO? COUNTRY MUSIC IS PREDICTABLE! BEER, DONE ME WRONG AND SHE OR HE LEFT ME.
I happen to like this song alot. At least it’s not a remake of a rap song or some Honky Tonk Badonkadonk BS. Another thing I like about this song is that it is country music geared toward an ADULT situation. I am sick to death of all of these cookie cutter pop songs about someone doing Taylor Swift wrong in high school. The country stations might as well start playing the Donnie Osmond teeny bop songs from the seventies. That’s where we’re headed if we are not careful.
yeah!! what he said!!
Well I have to say that the video for this song is fricken awesome!! Were did these guys come from?
who are they signed with? whens their album coming out? How can I get more of this kind of talent!!