I Miss You

Songfacts®:

  • In this song, Newman admits to his family: "I'd sell my soul and your souls for a song." He explained to Mojo magazine September 2008: "In 'I Miss You' it may be an affection when I say I'd sell your soul and my soul for a song - to me, that's what this song is about. I would sell you out if I could get a song out of it. But you don't want people to stop talking to you."

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