Lacy Cavalier, a member of Song Suffragettes, has officially released her brand new single, entitled “Cheating on U,” to all streaming and purchasing platforms. Song Suffragettes is a collective of female songwriters dedicated to showcasing female musical talent in Nashville, Tennessee. Cavalier previously released a vlog style lyric video for the track on her YouTube channel last month, with no intention of releasing it as an official single. In the description of the video, she discusses how important this song is to her and why she had doubts about releasing it. “I wrote this song a little over a year ago and honestly never thought it’d be something I’d release. It felt too invasive,” she honestly writes. “But the more I lived with it, the more I realized that there’s no way I can be the only person that has had these thoughts.”
The singer-songwriter begins the video with a personal message to what seems to be to an ex-boyfriend, which this song is about. Cavalier mouths the lyrics along to the tune while sipping on a glass of wine, roaming around her apartment. The vulnerably honest track tells the intimate story of her past relationship, predominantly the negative aspects. She sings in the chorus, “I wish I didn’t feel like you’re the one / Still, it doesn’t really feel like this is done / When I’m out here on dates, tryna find new love / Yeah it’s been a month or two, since we said that we were through / So why does it feel like I’m cheating on you”.
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