Album: not released on an album (2010)
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  • A graduate of Berklee College of Music, singer-songwriter Erin Christine moved to South Florida to pursue her musical debut, where she became known for her outstanding performances working as an event performer. The Connecticut native was introduced there to Tiffany Starr of Universal Music Publishing, who is a songwriter and Founder of Starr Studded Sounds. The duo worked together on creating Christine's debut album using emotion-filled lyrics and dramatic melodies on keys. This is her debut buzz single.
  • Christine told AOL Music about this song and its meaning: "I came up with this idea on keys and called Tiff in the room and she just started spitting out words. It's about a relationship that didn't work out and later down the road she wants to SAY to him me still gets butterflies and she just wants the chance to SAY to him that there is no me without you."

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