"Wanted You More" (CD Single)
What parents need to know
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.
Families can talk about...
Families can talk about this song differs from "Need You Now." Which do you like better?
Country music continues to become more mainstream. Why do you think that is? Is this new popularity good for the genre? Why or why not?