Country Music

How It Feels To Lose The Ones You Love: Craig Morgan’s “This Ain’t Nothin’”

Craig Morgan’s hit country song “This Ain’t Nothin'” is a poignant reflection on the experience of losing loved ones. The song was released in 2008 as the second single from Morgan’s album “That’s Why.” It quickly became a fan favorite and one of the most beloved songs in Morgan’s catalog.

The lyrics of “This Ain’t Nothin'” tell the story of a man who has lost everything he holds dear: his home, his job, and his family. Despite his struggles, he remains hopeful and determined to carry on. The song’s chorus, “This ain’t nothin’ / Wait until you see what’s comin’ / This ain’t nothin’ / No, this ain’t nothin’ at all,” serves as a reminder to listeners that no matter how difficult life may seem, there is always hope for a brighter future.

For Morgan, the song’s message was deeply personal. In 2006, he lost his son Jerry in a boating accident. The tragedy rocked Morgan’s world, and he struggled to make sense of his loss. “This Ain’t Nothin'” was written by Dallas Davidson and Jeremy Stover, but Morgan felt a strong connection to the song’s lyrics and was drawn to its hopeful message.

The song’s music video features Morgan performing the song in a small-town bar, interspersed with scenes of people dealing with various hardships, from a young couple struggling with financial difficulties to a family dealing with a loved one’s illness. The video’s emotional impact resonated with fans, and helped to cement the song’s status as a classic of the country music genre.

“This Ain’t Nothin'” remains a beloved song among country music fans, and a testament to the power of hope and resilience in the face of tragedy. Its message of perseverance in the face of adversity is one that has resonated with listeners for years, and is sure to continue to inspire and uplift audiences for generations to come.

This song is officially a decade old, who still gets chills when they hear this?

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