A Little Too Not Over You

Album: David Archuleta (2008)
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Songfacts®:

  • This was one of two songs on Archuleta's self-titled debut album that he helped write, the other one being "Don't Let Go." The Utah singer told MTV News that of his two self-penned efforts, this one, "was a little more difficult to record, just because it was a little more rhythm and things going on with the song."

Comments: 5

  • Katie Idrizow From Minnesota from Stillwater MnDavid said it was about a breakup. There is a video of him explaining
  • Adelle Legesse from Arlington VaHey David archuleta crush on you and make me happy always love you forever
  • Ashleigh from ?????, MoI LOVE this song. It's something everyone can relate to.
  • Sierra from Gahugafuga, OhI think it's more than just a break-up... They broke up and now that she's with someone else he realizes that he's never been over her and he wants her back but he can't.... I think I know what he's feeling right now. This is such a good song... my favorite on this album!
  • Joey from Dixie, CoIt is obviously about a brake-up. He see's she is with someeone else (Duh!)
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