Being away from your family is one of the saddest feelings for humans. Especially if you are not there on special occasions like birthdays, graduation, Thanksgiving, and even Christmas. How much more for the soldiers who are being deployed on the battlefield to protect the country. They will not see their family for a few months, while others for years. I know it is hard for them. But, they need to endure the feeling of loneliness for the safety of other people. Christmas celebration is nearly approaching. And, I know that some soldiers again will miss the chance to celebrate this special occasion with their loved ones. So, I want to make a tribute with this hit from Lonestar “I’m Already There.” Merry Christmas to all the brave soldiers out there!
One of Nashville’s Pride
This group is one of the most successful acts in country music with a total of twenty number one hits. In addition, their breakthrough hit “Tequila Talkin’,” dropped at number eight in the Billboard Hot Country Charts. Due to their harmonies and rich vocal arrangement, they were considered as one of the most sought-after groups in the industry. I hope that you did not forget the great group Lonestar who popularized the hits “No News” and “Amazed.” If you haven’t listened to their hits yet, I suggest you include them on your playlist.
Have You Ever Missed your Family?
We all feel homesick sometimes especially if we are really close to our family. Moreover, how about the soldiers that instead of spending time with their loved ones, their time is being spent on the battlefield. Hence, this is interpreted in the Lonestar hit, “I’m Already There,” which was released in 2001. At some point, it focuses on soldiers being deployed on the battlefield, missing their family, and returning home after being away for a long time.
Amazed, I'm Already There, Lonestar
- Little Girl Superbly Delivers Willie Nelson’s “Always on My Mind”
- Walker Hayes and wife Laney Beville Hayes: A Love That Stayed
- The Yellowstone Soundtrack: The Complete List
- One Good Deed: Country Music Star Left $1,000 Tip to Waitress Working Double with Daughter
- “Islands in the Stream”: A Duet by Kenny and Dolly
- The Battle of Versions: LeAnn Rimes’ vs Trisha Yearwood’s “How Do I Live”
- Remembering the Creepy Death of Johnny Horton 59 Years Ago