Jon Langston just released a new song, “Try Missing You,”
It’s all about the heartache that often comes along with chasing a dream and leaving love, and everything else you know back home, behind.
It’s also the first new music he’s released this year, and according to him, close to the heart:
“‘Try Missing You’ is more to me than just a song. It shows my heart and who I am.
This song is my baby and I’ve been waiting for the perfect time to release it. It’s my favorite song I’ve ever released by far!”
I have to say, I think it’s my favorite song he’s ever released, too.
He wrote it with Jody Stevens and the chorus offers a beautiful glimpse into the sadness and emptiness he feels as a result of life on the road:
“I don’t know where I’m gonna be tomorrow
Truth is I’m a little lost right now
The smoke and whiskey, it don’t fix me
Like you always do
If you think you’re missing me, try missing you.”
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