Caitlin Quisenberry – “Take Only What You Need” single
“I’ve been crying since you sent me that last message. You walked in, I held it in so you wouldn’t know. You’ve never been this quiet or been this cold. Doors open, trucks running, I know you gotta go. But I’m not ready for you to leave me behind. If this is really gonna be the last goodbye – leave that picture on the wall, your dogs, old tennis ball. And if you change your mind, you know just where I’ll be. Leave those notes there in the box under the bed by your socks ‘cause you’re already walking out with all of me. So take only what you need when you leave.” – lyrics
‘Take Only What You Need’ tells a gloomy tale about a brokenhearted young woman who experiences a painful breakup with her significant other. Apparently, if it was up to her, they would still be together – happy in each other’s arms. But unfortunately, life has a cruel habit of throwing us in the rubbish dump sometimes. Therefore, with a very heavy heart, she tries to stop her companion from leaving her behind, but she is unable to do so. Later, her mother offers her this evergreen word of advice: “Don’t worry, it will be alright, the heart just needs some time (to heal).”
“But she couldn’t see the ‘over me’ in your eyes.”
“’Take Only What You Need’ is an ethereal heartbreak song. It’s void of the typical pride, anger, or blame characteristics present in most breakups. It’s sad because she doesn’t want the relationship to end and she’s hopeful that he may one day return. Angelically, she pleads for him to take only what he needs when he leaves because he’s already taking all of her by leaving.” — Caitlin Quisenberry explained
‘Take Only What You Need’ contains a relatable narrative, ear-pleasing vocals, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Cam, Emily Kate, and Christina Taylor. The radio-friendly tune possesses guitar-driven production flavored with a warm contemporary Country vibration. Furthermore, “Take Only What You Need” follows hot on the heels of Caitlin Quisenberry’s previously released single, entitled, “Love Her Out of My Head.”
Caitlin Quisenberry – “Love Her Out of My Head” video
“How many times did she pour you her wine? Did you smoke cigarettes with one thing on your mind? I’m trying to forget like you’re telling me to – but I wanna do everything better than she did with you. I know it’s crazy but that’s what you’ve done to me. Go on now give it your best. Get me drunk, lay me down, and love her out of my head. Loose control, show me how bad you want me to forget.” – lyrics
‘Love Her Out of My Head’ tells an intriguing tale about a young woman who shares a problematic relationship with her significant other. Apparently, there’s another woman in the picture, someone with whom her partner is having an affair. Unable to keep her feelings bottled in, the woman tells her partner, “Show me how bad you want me to forget (the affair) and love her out of my head.”
“I wanna find a way to cross this bridge, then burn it to the ground.”
“’Love Her Out of My Head’ is a heart-wrenching song about a lover who has strayed. The lyrics capture all the emotion of the betrayal, with her twisted yearning to relive their affair and do everything better for him than the other woman did. She pleads for him to prove his love to her by loving her so much – he loves the other woman out of her head. This song takes you on a ride through the mind of a woman scorned who is in full throttle to win her man back. Think of a new imaged ‘Girl Crush’ by Little Big Town.” — Caitlin Quisenberry explained
When she was 14, Caitlin Quisenberry recorded her first EP with multi-GRAMMY-winning producer, Robert Cutarella. The following year, she found herself on American Idol, where she earned a Golden Ticket and was pushed through to Hollywood. While in college, Caitlin took her talents to the next level, studying in Switzerland with the renowned opera singer, Karine Mkrtchyan. Now that she calls Nashville home, Caitlin has teamed up with producers, Ben Simonetti (Zac Brown Band) and Sal Oliveri (P!nk, Chris Stapleton) to create music that speaks to everyday life and interpersonal relationships that are easily relatable.
“Take Only What You Need” single
We recommend adding Caitlin Quisenberry’s “Take Only What You Need” and “Love Her Out of My Head” singles to your favorite Country playlist. Also, let us know how you feel in the comment section below. Mel Blanc’s famous catchphrase, “That’s All Folks!” Thanks for reading another great article on Bong Mines Entertainment – the hot spot for new music. Furthermore, always remember that (P) Positive, (E) Energy, (A) Always, (C) Creates, (E) Elevation (P.E.A.C.E).