Jessie James Decker Debuts New Song at The Opry

The Grand Ole Opry has become a platform for respected country artists to share their talents and occasionally debut brand new music before an intimate crowd of music lovers. Jessie James Decker used the stage to premiere a new song, written and performed with Alyssa Bonagura, during her most recent appearance.

“Didn’t You Cry” is a soft tune that begs for answers from the man who walked out in a way that seemed far too easy, considering his former counterpart’s emotional response to the abandonment. The two singer-songwriters crooned longingly for understanding as to whether leaving made him cry when the female felt as though her life was coming to an end when the relationship did.

Watch Decker and Bonagura’s beautiful acoustic Opry debut performance of “Didn’t You Cry” below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbMWFiezrV8

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