A lot or a little?
The parents' guide to what's in this music.
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that "Wanted You More" is a much more wholesome track than Lady Antebellum's smash debut hit, "Need You Now." Featuring no adult language or references to sex or substance use, this song has a simple, grown-up message about acknowledging when a romance isn't right and moving on with your life. Overall, the single is a solid choice for younger country fans.
What's the story?
Hot country trio Lady Antebellum is back with "WANTED YOU MORE," a single from their third record, We Own the Night. Unlike the song that put the group on the map -- "Need You Now" -- this tune is super tame, with no graphic language or mention of mature subjects like sex and substance use. Rather, it includes a somewhat plaintive message about admitting when a relationship has gone sour -- and having the strength to let go.
Is it any good?
On "Wanted You More," Lady Antebellum breaks out the sweet male-female harmony that made them a household name in country music circles. Backed by another part of their signature sound -- the piano -- this track is bound to be another entry in the group's growing hit list.