Please use this form to submit any feedback you may have. Sort by Relevance Date. The lyrics are full of these little details, thanks in part to co-writers Shane McAnally who has contributed to some of Kacey Musgraves' best songs and Nicolette Hayford, who also helped write McBryde's breakthrough hit, "A Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega," one of the greatest songs of this decade.
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The harmonies are great, but the rest of it is cringeworthy. Are we missing anybody? We value a culture of inclusion and diversity within our workforce, and are committed to….
Springsteen approaches the first Gulf War and Los Angeles gang wars with a dark, haunting melody, using low chords, slide, and a deep blues harmonica to tell a tale of harsh reality and grim choices. It's an understatement to say that "Highwomen" reset expectations for the tremendous album that followed.
The E Street Band is perfectly dialed into that groove, but Bruce plants it firmly back on his side of the road with sharp, incisive guitar solos that slice right through the beat. Rachel talks about her favourite Lingerie for Pole Dancing.
A ballad about regret, delivered with real pathos and power. The whale is used as a metaphor for big banks, the economy, and the decay of the social safety net. As the tenor of Tagaq's voice shifts from a wistful sigh to an urgent gasp, it's almost as if the moisture in her throat is in mourning for the missing moisture in the air.