Maddie Marlow told Taste of Country
that when she and Tae Dye sat down to write with Jonathan Singleton and Deric Ruttan they were hoping to hide the hurt they were feeling. However, when Singleton suggested the title "Die From a Broken Heart", it felt like fate.
"Personally, I was like 'I feel that way right now," Maddie Marlow said. "That sounds like a phone conversation between me and my mom."
"I felt like I was dying," Tae Dye added.
"Sometimes," Marlow continued, "you're in so much pain and your heart hurts so bad that you just don't if you're going to come out of it. We just wanted to capture what that phone call's like."