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I've been a fan of Sugarland for a while now, really admiring Jennifer Nettles' unique voice and approach to singing. It's country, but she's got a great style going on.
I got worried about her solo career, but as long as she's still singing, I think we can all agree it's a good thing. "Thank You" came on as I just pressed 'random' and 'play' on Spotify, and I think it was a great way to start. It's very simplistic musically, and it's very sweet overall. You could take this to mean whatever you darn well please along the way, dedicating it to whomever you want. It's got a very different melodic approach in parts that I definitely wasn't expecting, and leaves me interested in seeing what else she's going to serve up.
Well, this one's a classic in my book. It actually is a part of my credo, or personal statement, at the end of my thesis from undergrad. It seems to come on every single time I'm riding around my hometown in my car, which is odd but appropriate. And as I try to figure out what my next step is, nothing seems much more appropriate.
Side note, this collaboration comes out of CMT's Crossroad's, where these bands (Jennifer hailing from Sugarland) teamed up for one of the greatest specials ever.
Because songs define our moments.