Anymore

Album: It's All About to Change (1991)
  • This song finds Tritt telling a girl that he's been holding back his feelings and refuses to hide it anymore. He wants her to know that she loves him before it's too late. >>
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    Brooke - Radcliff, KY
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  • Camille from Toronto, OhTravis Tritt is one of the underrated county singers from the 1990s. I’m not sure why that is. Perhaps it’s because he comes across as the guy next door who makes strumming a guitar and singing look so effortless. I love all of his hits from this time period, and “Anymore” is exceptional. His voice is steady and even throughout most of the song as he reveals feelings of love he can no longer pretend to have for a woman in his life. Towards the end, he kicks in the passion, declaring, “And I’m tired of pretending I don’t LOVE you anymore!” Well, it makes the whole song. You wait to hear that heartfelt declaration of love. Oh, and the video adds one more layer of amazing to the lo song.
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