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Yet, I Still Miss You By Charlotte Clarke



Yet, I Still Miss You
Yet, I Still Miss You by Charlotte Clarke

Charlotte Clarke's debut single, "Yet, I Still Miss You," is like a heartfelt chat with a close friend about love, heartbreak, and the messy aftermath. Released on January 12th, 2024, this track feels like a warm embrace for anyone who's been through the emotional wringer.


Right from the start, you're hit with those sleepless nights and the ache of memories playing on a loop. The lyrics cut deep, questioning if goodbyes were deserved. It's that relatable feeling of staring at the ceiling, wondering why trust got tossed out the window.



The chorus, with the repeated "Yeah, I still miss you," hits like a shared sigh of understanding. It's like Charlotte is saying, "Hey, it's okay to admit you miss someone who maybe didn't treat you right." That honesty is a breath of fresh air in a world full of glossy, sugar-coated pop tunes.


What stands out is Charlotte's voice – it's like she's whispering her story directly to you. The song's production wraps around her vocals like a comforting blanket, creating an atmosphere that's both soothing and heartbreaking.


CHARLOTTE CLARKE in a chair
CHARLOTTE CLARKE

In a sea of pop, Charlotte Clarke is that genuine, down-to-earth friend who lays it all out on the table. "Yet, I Still Miss You" isn't just a song; it's a shared experience, and Charlotte Clarke is becoming a go-to storyteller for those messy, complicated moments we all face.



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Helen Long
Helen Long
21 janv.
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Yet I Still Miss You is so relatable and unbearably honest. We’ve all been there but how many of us have the courage to admit to ourselves and others the hurt we feel? Not me! And wow, Charlotte Clarke’s voice is just gorgeous, I could listen to her all day!

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