Country music legend Alan Jackson re-broke healing hearts when he released his ballad "I'll Go On Loving You" back in 1998. The rich, guitar based instrumentals with a hint of percussions lead into a romantic, musical expression of Jackson's never-ending love for a woman.
Jacksons lyrics, "I'm reminded what I feel for you will remain strong and true long after the pleasures of the flesh", convey a message that he intends to still love this woman even after any intimate moments between the two, negating the thought that Jackson is just lusting after the woman.
The music video for the ballad, which is shot with what seems to be a sepia-type filter, contains a variety of shots of underwater dancing followed by various shots of Jackson in nature-based sceneries. Although the video effects are a bit outdated due to the difference of technology that was in use during that said year, the message of this song is easily interpreted regardless of technological aspects.
This is a timeless song we definitely want you to enjoy! Check it out below.
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