Jamie Miller rises with his latest single “I Lost Myself In Loving You”

LA Music Review | Art, stories and advice
by GERYL LIPAT


Candid, heartfelt and totally intimate!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Welsh singer-songwriter Jamie Miller has finally released his latest single “I Lost Myself In Loving You“, a soaring and heartfelt ballad talking about his journey of realization when it comes to love.

I was there when you needed saving, but you wouldn’t do the same thing. I lost myself. I lost myself in loving you…“

This song follows Jamie’s first OST, ‘Wishes’ from the Korean drama Snowdrop” starring Jung Hae In and Jisoo of BLACKPINK. 

Watch the Official Lyric Video here:

Official Music Video:

I wrote this song after falling completely in love with the wrong person. After coming out as bisexual last year, I found myself in love with a guy for the first time and was completely blinded by my emotions. Although our time together left me deceived and heartbroken, I hope this song can help mend a few broken hearts.”, Miller says.

This ballad is one of Miller’s most personal and wholesome single up to date because of its raw lyrics accompanied with the calming sound of a piano.

In love, we always try to do our best. But sometimes, no matter how we try hard to fight for it, there are times when we get deceived. Opening your heart to someone, only to know that you still aren’t enough for them.

Yes! We all may have experienced failed relationships, but here we are today, eventually healing and forgiving ourselves from all the pain we encountered in the past.

There is no better beginning to a greater love than from a mended broken heart!!!

⭐️ TRIVIA ⭐️

Start Streaming “I Lost Myself In Loving You” right here:

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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