The format of "Done" also isn't typical. It doesn't follow the two verses-three choruses-one bridge formula of most pop and country songs, but instead veers off on its own variation of that. Instead of having the bridge to build up the song even more between the second and third choruses, Goss inserts the bridge at the end of the song, having an instrumental section fill the hole of a bridge. It actually ends up being an effective choice, as it leaves the song on a high note, with the triumphant, "You still pop up / in my head but / now I'm stronger / I don't have to cry any longer."
Goss is definitely one to watch. She's not the country singer we used to see 20 years ago, but she's got talent, and if she chooses to pursue that talent in the country music industry, then we're lucky to have her.
Overall rating: 4 crowns