Empty barrels make the most noise.
Written by Justin Moore, Jamie Paulin, and Jeremy Stover
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…alternative spelling for: bonfire
I’ve not heard anything from his CD other than Small Town USA and this and all I can say is ‘one trick pony’ and I’m really getting tired of all the cliched I’m from the country pretend country songs, there isn’t a thing country about his song except the cliched subject matter.
I’m still trying to figure out who is more cliched and sterotypical, Justin Moore or Luke Bryan?
I suppose in defense of Bryan at least he is also trying to be the frat country boy, which might over qualify him.
That the country audience can keep accepting this faux-country as the real thing is really a depressing state of affairs for a genre that used to produce so much better stuff before (IMHO).
I’m afraid to listen to this song lol!
And it actually took three people to write this?
Perhaps they wanted to share the blame.
The same thought occurred to me — I would want somebody else to point fingers at if my name were attached to this monstrosity. ;)
You out more thought into writing this review than three people did into writing this song.
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