Breakups all or any kind of separation are the most heavy weighted emotional experiences in life. The situation has that overpowering effect of turning your world upside down and trigger all sorts of hurtful stressing feeling. I guess all of us have been there, we all have grapple with the pain of loosing someone who meant so much to us. The feeling of isolation, confusion, fear, and resentment attack our sensibility from time to time. Whatever may have caused the split up, whether we wanted it or not, separation uncontrollably creates a sting in our heart that only us can decide how to mend. There are a lot of things we can do to get through the pain, overcome such difficult time, and move on with the renewed sense of hope and optimism.
Before we get carried away, I’m sharing this song from country artist Chris Cagle. The message of the song is just suited for those who are currently struggling to rise from a break up or any unfortunate circumstance that cause their heart to break. May you take moment to listen to this song and might as well digest the core of its lyrics.
Heartbreaks shall pass, just breathe in and breathe out…
As you may have noticed, “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out” is a moving ballad that discusses the end of a relationship. The speaker gives some suggestions on how we can triumphantly get through this kind of difficult situation. He tells what he have been doing after the break up. So when he was asked by various people on his next moves after loosing his significant other, he confidently replies that he takes each day as it comes subsequently hopes and waits for his ex-lover to realize his worth.
I breathe in I breathe out
Put one foot in front of the other
Take one day at a time
‘Til you find
I’m that someone you can’t live without
I breathe in and breathe out
Chris Cage co-wrote the single, “I Breathe In, I Breathe Out.” David Kersh first recorded the song for his 1998 album If I Never Stop Loving You. Cagle then officially recorded the the song as a single off his debut album, Play it Loud. Upon its release in September 2001, it caught the radios’ attention. With its promising selling reception and records, it reached number one on the U.S. Billboard country music charts and peaked number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100.
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Breathe in Breathe Out, Chris Cagle
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