I Still Miss You
|"I Still Miss You"|
|Single by Keith Anderson|
|from the album C'mon!|
|Released||January 28, 2008|
|Keith Anderson singles chronology|
"I Still Miss You" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer Keith Anderson. It was released in January 2008 as the second single from his album C'mon!, which was released on August 5, 2008. In addition, it is the fastest-rising single of his career, and his highest peaking chart entry, reaching number 2 on the Hot Country Songs charts. The song was written by Anderson, Jason Sellers and Tim Nichols.
The song is a mid-tempo in which the narrator tells of how, despite his attempts to get on with his life, he still misses an unnamed person in his life. According to Anderson, the song is intentionally open-ended in regards to whom the narrator is missing: "Some people have attached their own meaning to it by other losses in their lives—losing a loved one, families being split up."
A music video was filmed for the video in May 2008. It features Anderson performing the song at a piano. The music video was directed by Traci Goudie. This video was dedicated to Anderson's mother, who died of breast cancer.
"I Still Miss You" debuted at number 44 on the Hot Country Songs chart dated February 16, 2008. On the chart week of September 6, 2008, it became his highest-charting country single, reaching a peak of number 2, behind only "You Look Good in My Shirt" by Keith Urban.
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||2|
|US Billboard Hot 100||48|
|Canada (Canadian Hot 100)||95|
|US Country Songs (Billboard)||8|
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