Clint Black and Lisa Hartman wow the nation with their duet 'You Still Get To Me'
Clint Black, the country singer, songwriter, and record producer, has been married to Lisa Hartman since 1991. They are the living proof that celebrities can be married for a long time.
Ten years after getting married, they couple welcomed to the world their only daughter, Lily Pearl Black. In 2002, they moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and have been living there ever since.
As Classic Country Music reported, their most recent duet titled You Still Get to Me melted hearts across the U.S. Even though it was released in 2015, many country music lovers agree that it is still a hit.
That record was part of Black's album On Purpose, released on September 25, 2015. One of the aspects that captured more people was the lyrics of the song.
Black made sure that the love he and Hartman share became evident by just listening to the first two verses of the song. In the first one, Black sings that it doesn’t matter if his wife puts on a dress or blue jeans as she ‘still get to’ him.
Hartman sings the second verse admitting that Black lit a flame in her the first time they saw each other and that now she is still melting for him.
‘Love still feeling newI still look at you that wayIt’s getting stronger every dayI keep reaching for youI couldn’t want you moreIt’s something anyone can seeYou still get to me.’
Clint Black and Lisa Hartman (You Still Get to Me), Genius, 2015.
So far, On Purpose has been the last studio album Black has released. While he has not said anything about recording another one, his fans can’t wait for it.
Even though You Still Get to Me was very popular when it was released, there are two more songs that the couple has sung together that garnered more attention.
The first one is When I Said I Do, released in 1999 with the album D’lectrified. It went straight to the first position in the U.S. Country and Canada Country charts. Easy for Me to Say is the second single. It was released in 2001 and it reached the 27th position in the U.S. Country chart.