Zona Jones, “You Should’ve Seen Her This Morning”

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August 31, 2008

Raised on a ranch and the son of a rodeo cowboy, Zona Jones is hardcore country. And after his first album, Harleys & Horses, spawned the single “Two Hearts” which gained fame (of all places) on the Paris Hilton vehicle, “The Simple Life 2 – Interns”. Now signed to Tracy Lawrence’s Rocky Comfort Records, he enters the country music mainstream again with “You Should’ve Seen Her This Morning”.

It’s the simple story of a man admiring his woman as they enjoy a night at the dance hall. He sees that she’s captured the attention of many, but he prefers to think of the precious few moments they share in the early hours, knowing full well that those times are his and his alone. An endearing lyric with a neat Texas-style steel undertone and the Southern drawl of Jones. A few tried-and-true clichés, but it’s harmless fun.

Grade: B-

Listen: You Should’ve Seen Her This Morning

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  1. TomNo Gravatar says:

    read the review, klicked on the song, heard a “perfect george strait” song, wondered, whether that’s good or bad news for zona jones, stopped thinking and started enjoying.

  2. stetson says:

    this is a great song and it is so true. I listen to it over and over again.

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