Tiffany Evans is done with her relationship. So what does she do to move on? The 22-year-old songstress sings about it.

On her new track, 'Baby Don't Go,' she recounts all the issues she has with her ex and in retrospect, looks back at why things didn't work. Although the title of the ballad hints at a sad affair, Evans sounds resilient as she contemplates walking away even though he doesn't want her to go.

"It's only so much I can take / All these years and your mistakes / You could've been replaced, yeah / But I forgave you through the heartache / Then I had to find out the hard way / Where you're heads at / Where you been out / If it's over now, I promise this time I won't be back!" she sings.

Penned by Evans, the song showcases just one of the themes that will be explored on her forthcoming record.

“We all go through ups and downs in our relationships no matter who we are," she says in a statement. "‘Baby Don’t Go’ is just a real and raw song from the heart about a situation I experienced. It’s part of a bigger story that I plan to tell on my next project.”

'Baby Don’t Go,' produced by Ryan “Top Secret” Anderson, is the first single off her upcoming EP, which is set to release in early 2015 via her indie label, Live Love Entertainment.

Listen to Tiffany Evans' 'Baby Don't Go'

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