Whitney McClain – “Fall so Far (Focus Track Edit)” single
“Babe, you know the vibe ain’t right here, no. And you know it’s been like this for years. I don’t want to say what I got to say, but it’s time for me to get this off my mind. It’s probably obvious things ain’t been the same, and I’m wondering if your heart feels just like mine. Now, everybody knows how this conversation ends. When everything is broken, where do I begin?” – lyrics
‘Fall so Far (Focus Track Edit)’ tells a genuine tale about a young woman who shares a fading relationship with her significant other. Apparently, their love for each other lacks passion, and now they are strangers who used to be lovers. Later, she admits that she never thought that she would be the one to fall out of love with her companion.
“When everything is broken, where do I begin?”
“‘Fall so Far’ is a song about falling out of love and breaking up with someone that you thought the love you had would last forever.” – Whitney McClain explained
‘Fall so Far (Focus Track Edit)’ contains a troubled relationship-based narrative, ear-pleasing vocalization, and tuneful melodies that will resonate well with fans of Gracie Convert, Yaielle Golden, Nyah Grace, Felice, and Kat Penkin. The likable tune possesses melodic instrumentation flavored with a jazzy neo-soul vibration. Furthermore, “Fall so Far (Focus Track Edit)” follows mildly on the heels of Whitney McClain’s previously released single, entitled, “Top Spot.”
“Fall so Far (Focus Track Edit)” single
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