Has something that somebody did, that was an aggravation, now become a crave? What I mean is… Has that somebody you loved but took for granted moved on because he or she didn’t feel appreciated and now, all you can think of are those little things that used to be a menace but now you’d give the world to experience it one more time?
This happened to me and is now the theme of a new song we are working on entitled, You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Until It’s Gone.
I nearly lost the love of my life because of foolish decisions I made. Part of that story is explained in our first song, I Surrender. We met in middle school and I fell for her the first time I laid eyes on her. We’ve practically raised each other. Before we faced the storm my ignorance stirred up, she used to run her fingers through my hair. It annoyed me and I would ask her to stop but she would laugh and run them through it one more time.
Now fast forward to us after the trial. I would long for those fingers to make their way to my hair but they never did. I craved what once put me off. Gratefully, now she’s getting to where that is beginning to make its way back into our relationship but, for too long, it was absent.
It affected me so deeply that I wrote a song about it. I believe everyone will be able to relate with what the song has to say. Therefore, when we make it available in a couple of months, I hope you get it, enjoy it and allow it to help you see the beauty in the little things.
We’ll be performing this one along with others live on stageit.com in January! I hope you make plans to meet us there!
If you want a copy of the song mentioned earlier, I Surrender, click here and send us an email asking for it.