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WHEN I MISS YOU MOST
Josh Hoge


I think about you when the flowers bloom
When the birds sing a spring time tune
It don't take much to get me missing you
I can't lie
And when those summer nights roll around
It's the memories I think about
But I can't take it,
No, I don't break down and cry
Until the winter's here, I'll do alright

[Chorus:]
When I see the falling snow
And the carols on the radio
I, wonder why you had to go away
It stirs up the memories
And the days of you here with me
There's something 'bout how that cold wind blows
And this time of year, is when I miss you most

No, I can't make it through the autumn days
Watching colors on the leaves change
But December's more than I can take
What can I do? (What can I do?)
'Cause I only wanna be with you

[Chorus:]
When I see the falling snow
And there's carols on the radio
I, wonder why you had to go away
It stirs up the memories
And the days of you here with me
There's something 'bout how that cold wind blows
And this time of year, is when I miss you most

They say it's the most wonderful time of the year
But it's the hardest time without you here
Oh, no

[Chorus:]
When I see the falling snow
And there's carols on my radio
I, wonder why you had to go away
And it stirs up the memories
And the days of you here with me
There's something 'bout how that cold wind blows
And this time of year,
This Christmas time of year, is when I miss you most

When I miss you most
Oh, no, no
Oh, no, no
Hmm, oh
Miss you


JOSH HOGE

Much like his hometown Nashville, singer Josh Hoge represents Music City's competing spirits of tradition and rebellion.

A third-generation musician, who loves music, whiskey and rowdy good times, Hoge fits the profile of a typical, lifelong Nashville resident. But the 25-year-old is also part of a growing community of artists who call Nashville home, but do not ascribe to the city's time-honored twang. But even among those artists, the mix of pop and R&B featured on Hoge's 11-song debut with Epic Records ... Read More