The obvious similarities between the name of this track and this blog is a benefit, because this song does show partly what the purpose of this blog is. Lyrically, Conrad describes the cliche of country music. She doesn't refute it, like other artists such as Maddie & Tae have done, but she emphasizes it, and embraces it. In some ways, this is the first step to getting more women on country radio. Conrad shows that she belongs in the tailgating/honky-tonk/line dancing culture just as much as the men do. Kelsea Ballerini did that with her No. 1 in a different way, by adopting the pop-country production of the men's music these days. Originally written for Reba McEntire, this song is the perfect song for a girl just trying to make it in the country industry.
Overall rating: 4 crowns