Flashback Friday Song: “Alyssa Lies” by Jason Michael Carroll
This is where we take a look back every week at a hit song you may have forgotten over the years. Everyone loves nostalgia and to me, there's no better nostalgia than country music.
Jason Michael Carroll broke out in late 2006 with a song that stopped everyone in their tracks when they heard it -- "Alyssa Lies."
The song was written entirely by Carroll and it took two years to write. "Alyssa Lies" is about a little girl who is in a abusive home. It was an emotional listen for fans and ended up climbing to number five on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in early 2007.
Jason Michael Carroll was a singer-songwriter from North Carolina who signed to Arista Nashville in 2006. He charted six charting singles, including another top 10 hit with "Livin' Our Love Song" in 2007.
"Alyssa Lies" is still the song many fans remember the most from Jason Michael Carroll and it only takes one listen to remember it forever.
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