January 12

John Berry is a True Romantic Singing “There Could Never Be Another Love”

John Berry has always performed wonderful love songs, but “There Could Never Be Another Love” might be his most heartfelt one. The song is one of 10 tracks on his 2016 album “What I Love The Most,” his first release after three years of hiatus.  

Meaning Behind The Song 

The singer’s album “What I Love The Most” is exceptional. It’s also very special because John Berry disclosed that he was able to release the record because his supporters funded it. 

John Berry’s “There Could Never Be Another Love” was co-written with Rich Fagan and William Brian. It might not be John’s most famous song, but his fans truly appreciated the track and loved the lyrics. 

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The song starts with John singing about his first kiss and how he and his partner knew they were the one for each other. He goes on and sings about how, deep inside, he is sure that this love is a love that will last forever. John also sang and thanked God for his ‘precious love’ and claimed that heaven is the only one that knows a love like what he has. 

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John Berry’s “There Could Never Be Another Love” might not have hit the charts, but it was a song with genuine feelings and overflowing emotions about the ones he loved. It is a declaration of love made in heaven for two people who were always meant to be together.

You can listen to John Berry’s “There Could Never Be Another Love” by watching the video below.


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