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Former 'One Tree Hill' Star Shines In New Country Music Album Release

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Jana Kramer, the former breakout actress on CW's One Tree Hill has made her full career transition into country music. She started her music pursuit in 2012 after two seasons starring as Alex Durpre, and has found herself on the climb to success ever since. Her sophomore album, Thirty-One has been three years in the making and she's made sure it is exactly what she wants it to be. 

In an interview with Nash Country Weekly, Kramer opened up about the music on this new album compared to her debut album and why they are so different. 

“I was insanely timid on my first album, because that album came together so fast and I really didn’t know who I was as an artist yet, to be frank,” she admitted. “I knew I loved country music, I knew that’s what I wanted to sing, but these songs, they didn’t live with me the [same] way as songs that most people have on their first album."

She has become more comfortable with who she is as a person, and has grown through this new album. Kramer opened up about being afraid to turn 30. She had gone through a painful breakup, and kept comparing herself to friends back home who were already married with babies. 

Much to her surprise, 30 was HER year. She met and married her husband and football player, Michael Caussin and they are expecting a baby girl in 2016. Things couldn't have fallen into place more perfectly! 

In a separate interview with Taste of Country, Kramer talked about one of the songs she co-wrote on the new album, "Last Song".

“There was this one song called 'The Last Song,' and I was scared at first about even writing it, but why I love country music is because I was able to grow as an artist professionally and personally because of songs that help me, that I listen to on the radio,” she said, “so I want people to listen to the song and be like, ‘Wow. I get that and it’s either going to help me move on or be happier.'”

Although we miss seeing her stir up emotions of Tree Hill residents every week, we couldn't be happier for Kramer, and excited to hear more of her new album! Listen to"Last Song" below. The emotionally charged single is relatable, and says everything she could possibly have to say to her former flame. Enjoy!

LYRICS BELOW 

This will be the last song
About all the shit that went wrong
You burned me, I burned you
Yeah all of it's true
I’m sick of that same ol’ tune

This is the last song
I’m ever gonna sing about you
The last time I write I can't live without you
Come on melody, set me free
I have to move on
Yeah you’re gone
So this is the last song

This will be the last verse
About all the pain and the hurt
Of slippin' that ring off my finger
Knowing you wouldn’t fight
You wouldn’t try, you wouldn’t try so

This is the last song
I’m ever gonna sing about you
The last time I write I can't live without you
Come on melody, set me free
I have to move on
Yeah you’re gone
So this is the last song

If you really think this is what
I really wanted then you’re just wrong
But you’re the one telling everyone
You were already gone

So here is the last song
I’m ever gonna sing about you
The last time
I write I can't live without you
Come on melody, set me free
I have to move on
Yeah you’re gone
So this is the last song
This is the last song

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