You’ve Got to Hear Mickey Guyton’s New Song “Nice Things”


Some people just can’t have nice things.

That’s the message of
Mickey Guyton‘s new song, “Nice Things,” which she wrote Liz Rose and Stephanie Chapman.

I am priceless don’t you know
But you broke me even so
Oh shiny gold and diamond rings
Your mama always said you can’t have nice things

Held me tightly as you dared
When I cried out you did not care
You stole my heart and bent my wings
Your Mama always said you can’t have nice things

Oh little boy with all your toys out in the yard
I gave you the moon but you had to have the stars
You took ’em from the sky and you left them in the dark
Till they rusted right thru

A relationship is over and the narrator isn’t taking any responsibility for being treated poorly by her ex. It’s not a poor, poor pitiful me message, rather an empowered look at a broken heart.

Nice Things

Erin Duvall
Erin has more than decade of experience writing about country music. She's written for publications such as Rolling Stone Country, AOL's The Boot and Country Weekly magazine.Erin has a BBA in Music Business from Nashville's Belmont University and a Masters in Film and Creative Media from Music City's Lipscomb University.She is the author of 'Country Music Hair' (Buy it : her at [email protected]

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