As an artist, I pride myself on being relatable. I think it's a message to young women about getting through a situation like that, that is all too common these days and how everyone makes mistakes sometimes. So many women these days have a gut feeling that something in their relationship may not be quite right but they ride it out anyway to make sure they don't throw away something that could potentially be a good thing. I know it's a position I've been in before. There's nothing in the song encouraging women to be with a man that uses them. The song is more about a personal experience for me that I've been through and learned from, and become stronger and better because of. One of the amazing and liberating parts of being an artist is using music as your diary and performing songs about personal experiences.
Many people have dubbed Moskaluke the next Shania Twain, and I think she has a definite possibility of filling Twain's shoes. She has the pop appeal, and the powerhouse vocals, and she's already achieved incredible success as a new women in the country music industry. Jess Moskaluke is a name you should remember, because it's obvious that she's not going anywhere.
Overall rating: 4 crowns