[band playing melancholy music] ♪ Never could imagine ♪ The way the story happened ♪ You’re with someone new ♪ Used to be your focus ♪ Now you don’t even notice
when I leave the room ♪ ♪ ♪ You ain’t even trying
to make me jealous ♪ ♪ But you can’t help it,
you can’t help it ♪ ♪ And it kills me to know
that you found ♪ ♪ Somebody to love,
somebody to love ♪ ♪ Tell me how can I go on ♪ Without somebody to love ♪ Somebody to love ♪ Somebody to love ♪ ♪ And it kills me to know
that you found ♪ ♪ Somebody to love,
somebody to love ♪ ♪ Tell me how can I go on ♪ Without somebody to love ♪ Somebody to love – Aww.
– Wow. That song is so good.
It’s so good. The first time I heard it
I remember being like, “I wish I had wrote that song.” – That song
is unbelievable, man. It’s gut-wrenching,
and fortunately, my wife and I are–
are still very much married, but I’m just surrounded
by divorce. I have been in the room
where my parents– I’ve seen one of them
with someone and the other one
dating someone and seeing that stare
across the room and the absolute, like–
oh, God. – There is a line that feels
like a knife in my heart and it is so real,
and that is, “You ain’t even trying
to make me jealous, but you can’t help it.” – They don’t care.
– Oof. – And so that was
what we went with. – I love the cadence
on that part, too– when that part comes in,
the way it kind of flows in. It’s like, oof.
Great job, Shane. And then, melodically,
where it sits in my range… ♪ Somebody to love,
somebody to love ♪ ♪ Somebody to love ♪ Somebody to love – Ryan.
– Yeah, there it is. Okay. – Well, we got that
figured out. – So he can hit it. – No kidding.
– Thank you, JT. – That was incredible.
– Thank you guys so much. It means a lot.
Thank you. Thank you.
– Great song.