Cold As Stone

Album: Own The Night (2011)


  • The Lady A trio penned this with the Nashville songwriter Hillary Lindsey (Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take The Wheel"). The narrator is trying to be heartless after the end of a relationship, but can't stop feeling affection. It is one of several songs on Own The Night about heartbreak, a topic inspired in part by the difficult breakup Hillary Scott went through before meeting her fiancée.


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