There are so many songs that are out there everywhere then all of a sudden they disappear and you only hear from them very rarely that they can create a sense of nostalgic for you, the listener. So roll up and welcome to Forgotten Songs where we celebrate these forgotten wonders.
Lonely No More – Rob Thomas
Today we look at a single that was the first solo song by the frontman of Matchbox Twenty which came off of the debut studio album …Something to Be. Lonely No More was released in the 14th February 2005, it was written by the musician and it was produced by Matt Serietic. The single was released on the record labels of Atlantic and Melisma.
The single did really well in the charts and apparently is the biggest solo song of his career. The track went into the top 5 in Australia (3), Belgium (2) Hungary (1) Poland (1) and the US (1). In the United Kingdom the song did relatively well and went into the charts at number 11.
I remember this song as I really liked it, I cannot remember how I first came across it but I think I had it on one of my compilation CDs. It is a song that was catchy and once you had it in your head you couldn’t get it out of there very easily.
Categories: Forgotten Pop, Forgotten Songs!, Music
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