Tuesday, May 02, 2006

If this was 1982, Sheryl Crow and Sting's "Always On Your Side" would spend 6 weeks at #1. Think "Open Arms." Think a less-bombastic "Can't Fight This Feeling." If you need a duet analogue, think a rootsier (but not by that much) flipped-lyrics version of "Separate Lives" (complete with equally-clich├ęd lyrics like "Butterflies are free to fly"). Frankly, it's quality glossy adult pop of the kind not made much these days ("quality" means "Go to hell, Blunt/Powter/et.al."). But damned if my favorite glossy singles these days don't all seem to be by Carrie Underwood...

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