Undeniably, Bryan White can make our eyes water through his soulful songs. The content intertwined with strong words and lyrics can truly give us the feels. One of his songs can surely pierce your hearts would be “I’m Not Supposed To Love You Anymore.” The title alone can already stir your mind about love that didn’t prosper to a happy ending.
Meanwhile, as you go listening to the song, the profound meaning somehow, somewhat, tells your past. Undoubtedly, everyone has encountered a love affair that didn’t go according to your plan. On the other hand, the melody of the song is one of a kind, touching, and very sentimental.
I’m Not Supposed To Love You Anymore…
Skip Ewing and Donny Kees pooled resources to create the song “I’m Not Supposed To Love You Anymore.” It was released in February 1996 as part of White’s album “Between Now And Forever.”
The song has topped the country charts. It became No.4 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and No.2 on Canadian country chart. Also, the song has placed at No.1 on Bubbling Hot Under 100 chart. It means that the song has reached more plays all over the world before its release date.
Born in Oklahoma, Bryan White, learned to play drums at the age of five through the guidance of his father. His mother, on the other hand, encouraged him to take up singing lessons. White played in his mother’s pop band and father’s country band when he was a youngster.
Billy Joe Walker Jr. and Kyle Lehning helped boost his career by helping him sign a contract with Asylum Records in 1994. Since then, he released and recorded songs that enabled him to penetrate the world of country music.
White’s first successful singles were “Someone Else’s Star” and “Rebecca Lynn.” After the release of his very first album, the rest was history.
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