C.J. Miller

C.J. Miller

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Country - General | Vicksburg, Michigan, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,113   
Member Since: 2012
   Last Login: 7/20/2020

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Story Behind the Song

Typical broken heart song: I want her/ I got her/ and I lost her. Well this is an" I lost her" song. Keep a stiff upper lip kind of attitude, even though your heart doesn't accept what you know you must.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

I loved this song. It sounded a little Retro. Something you would hear at a bar to slow dance too. Reminded me of they type of songs that were played in the movie Road House with Patrick Swayze and Sam Elliott! Great job!

    - Ladee V

I really enjoyed this song. I felt that the Lyrics fit the instrumentation very well and overall a very good sounding song. I loved the echo/delay on the vocals. The Lyrics were very heart felt and believable.

    - Rodney Magee

I took off your ring; took your picture from the wall.
and I told myself again, that it didn't hurt at all.
But a little tiny tear, in the corner of my eye,
came rolling down my cheek, just to catch me in a lie.

And I just can't stop loving you,
I've tried 'till I'm turning blue.
My heart doesn't know we're through
ALT.(My heart still belongs to you)
And I just can't stop loving you.

I've told everyone I know,
that my heart is made of stone.
I won't walk the floor; I won't wait by the phone.
But sometimes in the night, I still call out your name.
It seems the more I try; the more I stay the same.

And I just can't stop loving you,
I've tried 'till I'm turning blue.
My heart doesn't know we're through.
And I still can't stop loving you.

Song Length
Country - General, Country - Traditional
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Cheerless, Poignant

Subject Matter
Loneliness, Pride

2000 and later

Lyric Credits C.J.Miller
Music Credits C.J.Miller
Producer Credits C.J.Miller
Publisher Credits None
Performance Credits C.J.Miller
Label Credits None