Morgan Evans is reflecting on the end of his marriage to Kelsea Ballerini with the tender breakup song “Over For You”. “I recorded this vocal on the same day we wrote the song. It was a difficult time in my life, and writing this helped me process a lot of what I was going through. I’d like to thank everyone that has reached out the last few weeks, both those with messages of support and those sharing their own stories,” Morgan Evans says about the track. Releasing all the pent-up emotions the end of his relationship entails has resulted in a track where the heartache is palpable.
“Over For You” has Morgan Evans lamenting over where his relationship went wrong. Listeners can hear the pain he goes through all the way throughout the track. It is difficult not to sympathize with his heartbreak. As live performances of “Over For You” have shown, fans have quickly taken to the track and are fully supportive of Morgan in such a time.
I would have searched the whole world over for you
Took a flight, through the night
To be that shoulder for you, and
I would’ve let go if you wanted me to
How many times did you say you loved me
When it wasn’t true
I’m just wondering
How long has it been over for you
Morgan Evans And The Impact Of “Over For You”
Morgan Evans first performed the track during the CMC Rocks Festival in Willowsbank, Australia. He also performed it for a welcoming crowd in Melbourne. “I wrote this song 3 weeks ago and we hit record at our show in Melbourne, Australia last Thursday. It was only the 2nd time I ever played it,” Morgan said of the experience. “The videos, comments and messages I’ve received from you all since have been overwhelming. It felt like the right thing to share it like this. Over For You (Live In Melbourne) is out now, everywhere you find music. Listen to the audio of the Melbourne performance of “Over For You” below. Follow Morgan Evans on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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