WATCH: Ira Dean Delivers Riveting Mother's Day Music Video with "Missin' How It Used To Be"

Ira Dean, the seasoned maestro of country music, is back with a soul-stirring single that's both a heartfelt homage and a musical journey down memory lane. "Missin' How It Used To Be" doesn't just tug at your heartstrings; it wraps them around Ira's poignant lyrics and transports you to a simpler, more nostalgic era.

In this track, Dean teams up with the incomparable Shelly Fairchild to weave a tapestry of emotions, reminiscing about days gone by and paying tribute to his late mother. Written by Dean himself alongside Dave Turnbull, the song captures the essence of longing for the past, where life's simplicity was cherished and appreciated. The intro to the music video is particularly touching as it features Ira Dean listening to a voicenote from his Mother.

What sets "Missin' How It Used To Be" apart is its authenticity. Dean's personal connection to the lyrics shines through, infusing the song with a raw, heartfelt emotion that resonates with anyone who has experienced loss or yearned for the past.

As the first single from Dean's highly anticipated album, 'I Got Roads', "Missin' How It Used To Be" sets the stage for what promises to be a remarkable musical journey. With collaborations featuring industry heavyweights like Ronnie Dunn, Vince Gill, and Gretchen Wilson, Dean's upcoming album is poised to be a true testament to his musical prowess and storytelling ability.

In a music landscape often dominated by fleeting trends and superficiality, Ira Dean's "Missin' How It Used To Be" is a refreshing reminder of the power of authenticity and the timeless allure of country music's storytelling tradition. So, grab your headphones, hit play, and let Dean's melodic ode to the past wash over you like a warm, comforting embrace.

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