“If You Say So”: Lea Michele’s Song About Cory Monteith Is Heartbreaking

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Lea Michele, the star of “Glee” and artist has been working on an album since last July when her boyfriend and co-star, Cory Monteith, died. The couple, madly in love, shared their last words shortly before his death and now Lea Michele reveals them in her new song, “If You Say So.”

The album, “Louder”, was released today and her pain is all too real in this song when she repeats the phrase “seven whole days” and the chorus continues with, “You said I love you girl, I said I love you more, And a breath, a pause, you said, if you say so, If you say so, If you say so.”

The last verse is the saddest as she confronts his death, “I thought we would grow old, mirrors in the smoke, left me here to choke.”

Cannonball” was the first single to be released from the album back in December of 2013 and the full album is available on iTunes.

–Cameron Steagall/Fresh 1027


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