Anyway, this is a new song, and a different song. RaeLynn unfortunately continues the gender roles issue by first stereotyping guys with the lyrics "For a boy, your heart is pretty see through" and "For a boy, you're good at sayin' sorry" and continues with the girls by singing, "For a girl, I'm pretty cool, calm, and collected."
There are three reasons that RaeLynn could still be spitting out these types of lyrics:
1. She actually believes that women are made for men, that women are usually unreasonable, and that men are better than women. This seems pretty unlikely though, because her debut single, according to her, was to empower girls, not put them down.
2. She's had some terrible luck with guys. If she's so stereotypical about guys, she must have met some pretty bad guys in the past. Based on her EP, that seems like a pretty plausible reason.
3. And finally, she honestly doesn't see these lyrics as being sexist or bad in any way. Or maybe she just doesn't care what people think, and puts out what she wants to, despite what the reaction may be.
Even so, this song is actually very good for what it is. The catchy country-pop production is reminiscent of Carrie Underwood circa Carnival Ride, and RaeLynn's vocals are better on this song than they have been on any other song she has released. It's your typical teen-country song, but is one that many young women will connect with, and be able to fall in love with.
Overall rating: 3 and a half crowns