"We Can't Love Like This Anymore" was released in 1994 as the first single off of Alabama's Greatest Hits Vol. III compilation album. Written by Wendell Mobley and John Jarrard, it peaked at #6 on the US Hot Country Songs (Billboard) chart and #7 on the Canada Country Tracks (RPM) chart.
This song can be extremely relatable for some. It tells the tale of a relationship that is slowly fading, but the two can't decide whether to call it quits or not. The narrator won't give up without a fight, especially if there is a chance. It's a very bittersweet tune.
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You're laying right beside me, but you're a million miles away
And if I ask you what's the matter you don't have much to say
And I can tell that I'm not standing where I stood with you before
And we can't love like this, anymore
Sometimes it makes me angry, but mostly it just hurts
I thought time might make it better but it's only made it worse
And I can't climb these walls you're building
And I can't unlock the door and we can't love like this anymore
We're coming to a crossroad, I can tell
I'm not sure we'd be this lonely by ourselves
But I won't give up as long as there's a chance
So where we go from here is in your hands
Just say it's over and at least I'll know for sure
That we can't love like this anymore
We can't love like this anymore
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