I Can't Give in Anymore

Album: High Noon (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • This Richie Brown and Brad Passons written dark ballad finds Niemann singing from the perspective of a guy who is fed up with fighting solo for a relationship. The singer told Taste of Country that he he cut the song for people who are in a dying relationship and need something to tell them they're not alone. "I've been there before. Like, we're the same people, doing the same things," Niemann said. "What has changed here? You either fix it or move on. It seems like everybody goes through that."

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