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Published on Oct 26, 2010

I Miss You So Much -- Kyla " Song & Lyrics

I never asked for this feeling
I never thought I would fall
I never knew how I felt
Till the day you were gone
I was lost
I never asked for red roses
I wasnt looking for love
Somehow I let my emotions take hold
And guess what all at once
Im in love

Oh I miss you so much
I long for your love
Its scares me
Cuz my heart gets so weak
That I cant even breathe
How can you take things so easily
Baby why arent you missing me

Why did I act like you mattered
It was silly of me to believe
That if I just opened my heart
Things would come naturally
Jokes on me yeah
I did not ask for love letters
So why did you give them to me
How could I let your intentions
Get hold over me
So in love
So naive oh baby


And oh how I hate what you have done
Made me fall so deep in love
Got no cure
Youre the only one I want
That I love oh baby


Baby why arent you missing me
Baby why arent you missing me

KYLA Biography

The third child of four, Kyla entered singing contests and won a contest sponsored by the Manila radio station DZRH in 1991. In 1993, she was crowned champion for seven straight weeks in another contest and won the annual title, with the song "I Am Changing" as her winning piece. She later joined the Wednesday group of That's Entertainment, an afternoon variety show on GMA Network using her real name, Melanie, as her screen name.[4]

Kyla graduated high school in San Sebastian College - Recoletos.

With Octo Arts' EMI Label Manager, Francis Guevarra, she recorded a demo for a pop song, "One More Try," he gave her the stage name 'Kyla' (princess).

At the age of 20, Kyla released her debut album, Way To Your Heart, under Octo Arts EMI in 2001. The album produced the singles "Bring It On" and "Hanggang Ngayon". "Hanggang Ngayon" won at the MTV Video Music Awards as the International Viewer's Choice Awardee for Southeast Asia and the "Favorite Female Video and Favorite New Artist.[citation needed]

Kyla's next album, Kyla, contained the R&B/Pop song "I Feel For You" as the carrier single. She collaborated with Gary Valenciano for his single "Let's Stop and Talk Awhile." She also collaborated with Malaysian R&B artist, Ferhad for his single "What More" [5]

Kyla released her third album, I Will Be There, which is also the title of her ballad carrier single on May 23, 2003. She performed the song "Flexin" with the British R&B group Blue at the MTV Asia Awards in Singapore that same year. Kyla made special appearances in sitcoms and made her acting debut in the telenovela Narito Ang Puso Ko.

Kyla opened 2004 with her birthday celebration at SOP with a surprise duet from American singer-songwriter and producer, Keith Martin. Kyla had included one of his songs in her Perfefctly Acoustic compilation album released December 2003.

In 2004, she released the album, Not Your Ordinary Girl. It spawned five number-one singles: "Because of You", "Human Nature", "If the Feeling Is Gone", "Not Your Ordinary Girl", and "Till They Take My Heart Away". The same year, she opened for Alicia Keys Live in Manila at the Araneta Coliseum. She then held her concert, Kyla "Not Just Your Ordinary Girl" at the Araneta Coliseum which was a certified sold out concert.[6]

From 2006 to 2007, Kyla hosted Popstar Kids, which aired on QTV.

In 2006, Kyla released her fifth album, Beautiful Days for which Kyla co-wrote the number one single "Beautiful Days". She also began dating PBA Basketball Player, Rich Alvarez.[7][8]

In 2007, she released her sixth album, Heartfelt. The album contained 17 tracks, including "I Don't Want You to Go" and "It's Over Now".[9]

Kyla has also been regularly appearing on the variety show SOP Rules, which airs on GMA Network every Sunday. She also sings duets with Jay-R, in a segment called "Souled Out".

After Heartfelt, she released and co-produced her seventh album, 2008's Heart 2 Heart. The album produced the 2009 singles "Old Friend" and "Back in Time", written by Jay-R. The song "You Make Me Feel", which Kyla wrote with Jay-R, was also popular. "Back in Time" won "OPM Song of the Year" at the RX 93.1 Awards and "Best Collaboration Award" at the Wave 89.1 Urban Music Awards. In 2010, "Back in Time" also won "Favorite song" at the MYX Music Awards .[10] Along with these awards she also won "OPM Female Artist of the Year" and "OPM Female Artist of the Decade" at the RX 93.1 Awards late 2009.

On February 14, 2010, Kyla joined fellow R&B artists Jay-R and Billy Crawford and Nikki Gil for a special Valentine's Day concert.

Kyla received nominations at 2010 MYX Music Awards including Favorite Female Artist, Favorite Mellow Video- Old Friend, Favorite Collaboration and Favorite Song for "Back in Time" with Jay-R; and Favorite Remake for the album Heart 2 Heart. Kyla tied with Sarah Geronimo, both receiving five nominations [11]


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