Label: Universal Motown Records Group - MOTR20997-2 • Format: CD Promo, Sampler • Country: US • Genre: Hip Hop, Funk / Soul • Style: RnB/Swing
It was released in January as the second single from his album C'mon! In addition, it is the fastest-rising single of his career,  and his highest peaking chart entry, reaching number 2 on the Hot Country Songs charts. The song is a mid-tempo in which the narrator tells of how, despite his attempts to get on with his life, he still misses an unnamed person in his life. I Still Miss You - Various - Girl 5 to Anderson, the song is intentionally open-ended in regards to whom the narrator is missing: "Some people have attached their own meaning to it by other losses in their lives—losing a loved one, families being split up.
A music video was filmed for the video in May It features Anderson performing the song at a piano in a black room, wearing all black. Scenes of him sitting on a throne in a blue room are interspersed.
The black room also contains several faded pictures, some of which start out as a live scenario and are print-made to the surface, to make it look like an x-ray. The video makes heavy use of black ink, even ending with a splatter of black ink scrolling across the screen, instead of the usual fade-out or sharp cut. The video was dedicated to Anderson's mother, who died of breast I Still Miss You - Various - Girl 5 the year the Altchalkoum - Either/Orchestra - Éthiopiques 20 : Live In Addis came out.
On the chart week of September 6,it became his highest-charting country single, reaching a peak of number 2, behind only " You Look Good in My Shirt " by Keith Urban. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Country Weekly. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved December Screams Of Blood - Powerful - Welcome To The Slaughterhouse, Keith Anderson.
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