“Oh, The Pain: Tryin’ to Get Over You” is a country song recorded by Vince Gill and Alison Krauss. The song was written by Gill and was included in his album, “Pocket Full of Gold,” which was released in 1991.
The song is a heartbreaking ballad about the struggles of trying to move on after a breakup. It features Gill’s and Krauss’s soaring harmonies and emotional performances. The lyrics speak to the universal experience of heartbreak, with lines such as “Oh, the pain, tryin’ to get over you / Was a slow, slow train, comin’ into the station.”
The song received critical acclaim and was a commercial success, reaching number two on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Gill and Krauss’s powerful vocals and the emotional depth of the song resonated with audiences, making it a classic in the country music canon.
In addition to its success as a standalone track, “Oh, The Pain: Tryin’ to Get Over You” has also been included on several of Gill’s greatest hits compilations and has been covered by other artists in the country music genre.