Sara Evans Pulls At The Heartstrings with New Ballad, “All The Love You Left Me”


Heartbreaking love songs are what Sara Evans does best and her latest single, “All the Love You Left Me,” is no exception.

With Sara’s soaring vocals, the new track, written by Hillary Lindsey, Gordon Sampson, and Ben West, pulls at the heartstrings as Sara sings about a lost love she’s unable to shake from her life.

It’s here when I wake up every single morning / Follows me down the stairs / And the paper on the wall and the plaster on the ceiling / Every single drop of air that I’m breathing / What am I supposed to do / What am I supposed to do with / All the love you left me / All the love you left me.”

“All the Love You Left Me” is the second single from Sara’s eighth studio album, Words, and the follow-up to the lead track, “Marquee Song. The critically acclaimed album, which is being touted as the best of her career, features fourteen separate female songwriters, including Sara, Ashley Monroe, Caitlyn Smith, Hillary Lindsey, Hillary Scott, Liz Henberger, and Sonya Isaacs.

Sara is set to hit the road for the CMT Next Women of Country presents Sara Evans All The Love Tour featuring RaeLynn and Kalie Shorr Tour when it kicks off February 12 in New York City.