See You Again
Do You Think About Me
One Way Ticket
Good In Goodbye
Leave Love Alone
Cupid's Got A Shotgun
Wine After Whiskey
Who Are You
Other: NETY, TGFH
I voted SYA. Not cause it will be or even should be. I JUST WANT IT TO BE!!!!
I say yes to DYTAM, it seems like the obvious choice.
I agree that OWT is too polorizing, (I just hate that song so much)!
I understand that alot of you think it will hit like Pontoon, but it won't, it really really won't. I promise you!! Please don't let that song happen. It will be by far my biggest let down. YEs, more than MS. Ha ha.....
Anyway, DYTAM is something that Carrie hasen't tried before and it will bring down the tone of things well for the summer.
I think all the people who like "intense" carrie, baught BA for the intense songs. Now it's time to hit the "singalong-Carrie" people.
And I think DYTAM will do that.
And radio will love it. It will not Flop!
I, personally, want SYA at pop.
Not country. It would not work.
But I am a pop fan and I really want some Carrie-Pop.
Crucify me if you must.
I don't know how anyone can try to sing SYA without choking up. The power and conviction of it are perfect for screaming at the top of your lungs.
(I'm not sure I love Brights arrangement of it, but the song itself is just great. Universally relatable).
I don't think SYA would do well at pop. In the 90s it may have, but not today. The only format I could see it doing really well at is Hot AC/AC.
But I think Pontoon had a universal appeal. You could feel the waves on the lake. You could feel the sun. You could smell the tanning lotion. It just worked. (I did not love the song but I understand why it worked).
OWT does not have any of the connecitve tissue to trasport the listener anywhere.
It really doesn't even have a central theme.
A "One Way Ticket".............to where??????????????
Its just confusing.
(Everybody wana to go to heaven, but nobody wanna to go now" makes perfect sense. IT works).
ITs pure Carrie Underwood!
and everything I love about her....
(sorry about your nana)
Like ITYS, if it wasnt a single, it would never get the same reaction it does now. Its recognizable
My vote goes to "Wine After Whiskey" though I prefer multiple choices
But yeah, we played SYA as she was being taken away and it just worked. It was an amazing feeling in such a sad way.
And I think its one of the most relatable songs. Its not too specific to whom has been lost. It does not even have to be about death, imo
The sonic sound of a song like DYTAM (or quitter for that matter) in a concert setting has very little meaning as to weather it would work on the radio.
I really believe that song is just about radio-perfect.
But not concert-perfect at all.
I guess I admit that SYA is probably not radio friendly.
But I can't help trusting my gut.
If I like it so much, why wouldn't someone else?