Michael McMillan | I Love You

a review of Michael McMillan's song I Love You

Written by Marina Blore

On October 30, 2020

Review

‘I Love You’ by Scottish veteran country singer Michael McMillan may not be the most inspiring song title, but as the legendary song-writer Don Black says, keep the lyrics simple.

The age old sentiment is timeless and Michael has put pen to paper to deliver a heartfelt lyric with an easy melody and stripped back, acoustic guitar arrangement that tugs at the heartstrings. Michael’s clarity and tone of voice is stunningly beautiful and the simplicity of the song is what gives it a classic sound.

Originally from Glasgow, Michael has travelled the world performing his music from Nashville to Vegas. This track is taken from his latest album ‘Whisky’ which I now plan to download.

If you are planning a romantic evening in or even a proposal, I can think of no better track to set the mood than ‘I Love You’ by Michael McMillan.

 Marina Blore (The British Country Music Festival, TBCMF)

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Michael McMillan | I Love You

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Performed by Michael McMillan

Written by Michael McMillan

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