Parker Graye Celebrates the Small Things in "Somethin' About You"
Music uniquely captures the essence of human emotions, and Parker Graye's new song, "Somethin' About You," is no exception. Parker Graye eloquently expresses the emotions tied to small, seemingly insignificant reminders of a loved one.
The song stands out for its simplicity and heartfelt lyrics. Its chorus, in particular, beautifully encapsulates the essence of the song, acknowledging the power of the little things that evoke memories of someone special.
"It's only a sad
I don't have to hold on to your memory
Only a sunset
Don't know why I let little things get to me
By now it should be nothin'
But I always make it somethin' about you"
In these lines, Parker Graye addresses the idea that even the littlest details can evoke profound emotions and keep memories alive. It captures the sentiment that the pain of missing someone should have diminished by now, but holding onto memories can be a source of comfort. The chorus highlights the central theme of the song, which is the ability of insignificant details to always bring the person they love back to their thoughts.
Graye shared on her Instagram, "This song was sent to me a few years ago and after the first listen it felt like something I’d written. This single is my first outside cut and it’s pretty dang special to me. Tip of the hat and an ol’ cheers is in order to @yurch56 - @lenastonemusic and @palmer.lg for writing this one and allowing me the privilege of cutting it!! Happy release day y’all! 🤍🤠"
Parker Graye's "Somethin' About You" is a beautiful reminder of the power of small details in our lives. It teaches us to appreciate and cherish the little things that connect us to our past relationships, even when they have ended. In a world often filled with grand gestures and loud emotions, this song reminds us of the beauty and significance of life's bittersweet little details.
Stream "Somethin' About You," which was featured on Amazon Music's Breakthrough Country playlist, on all platforms!