Wednesday, August 31, 2011

'The Trouble With Girls' available for download!

Head on over to iTunes and Amazon where you can download 'The Trouble With Girls' right now! Let's try to see how fast we can get it to #1 :)

I'm very confused.

Today I was over at <-- Scotty's YES.COM site, this is a site that shows you when Scotty's song plays, what station it played on, and what the chart position the song is for that station. (I suggest y'all come over and YES Scotty's song)  BUT!!! While i was there this showed up.

^^ right there it says this station is playing Scotty McCreery. Down on the Farm... UMMM WHATTTT So I went to the station site and on the station site, they also said they were playing it.. See below..

 So I'm so confused, It say's they played a song by Scotty called "Down on the Farm"  ?!?!?! Did anybody hear it?? <-- This is a site that any time Scotty's songs are played it shows up there.  IT's not JUST a Scotty site, but any musician's songs show up there on their own page. Scotty has a page, and you can help push the song up the chart by yessing it when it gets played.  When you yes the song it tells the station you like it. If you go over there, just make an account. :) It's very easy to use, and you can chat while there at the same time.

Scotty McCreery WPOR 101.9 Radio Interview in Maine

Find out what Scotty & his family did during his down time in Maine.

Scotty McCreery ‘The Trouble With Girls’ – Lyrics Uncovered - Taste of Country

Scotty McCreery, ‘The Trouble With Girls’ – Lyrics Uncovered
By: Alanna Conaway  
Scotty McCreery‘s latest single, ‘The Trouble With Girls,’ is already creating a buzz after hitting country radio today. The lyrics and music of the tune were penned by hit songwriters Philip White and Chris Tompkins, who on their own are responsible for many chart-topping hits. ‘The Trouble With Girls’ is the follow-up release to McCreery’s debut single, ‘I Love You This Big.’ Both songs will be found on his forthcoming album, ‘Clear as Day,’ set to hit stores in October.
“This song is only maybe three or four months old,” White tells Taste of Country. “It was pretty special lyrics. Chris is a few years younger than me, but we grew up in same area in north Alabama. I didn’t know him growing up, but this was the first time we sat down to write. Chris is a melody genius. He sat down at the grand piano and began playing that melody. He’s got two little babies, and I’ve got a daughter and a son. We were talking about understanding girls and women.”
“They smile that smile / They bat those eyes / They steal you with hello / They kill you with goodbye / They hook you with one touch / And you can’t break free / Yeah the trouble with girls / Is nobody loves trouble as much as me,” the two wrote in the lyrics of the chorus.
“We came up with [the title] ‘The Trouble With Girls,’” recalls White. “We spent three or four hours here at Universal Music in Nashville and wrote the song.”
“The trouble with girls is they’re a mystery / Something about ‘em puzzles me / Spent my whole life trying to figure out / Just what them girls are all about / The trouble with girls is they’re so damn pretty / Everything about them does somethin’ to me / I guess that’s the way it’s supposed to be,” they wrote in the song’s opening lyrics.
“We both kind of knew when we got done with that first verse and chorus that we had something special,” says White. “I think for me and him both to be able to share it with a guy from the same area in north Alabama is pretty special. We demoed it, and our song plugger pitched it to [Scotty's] label. It was just special all the way around.”
In a press statement released today, McCreery adds of the song: “It’s talking about how great they are and it’s tough for the guy to handle because he just loves it. It has a nice twist to it. It’s like the songwriters wrote it just for me.”
“Right off the bat when I heard it, I told my mom when we were listening to the demo, ‘This is the kind of song when you are in the kitchen doing dishes that makes you stop what you are doing and listen to it,’ McCreery says. “It struck a chord with me and I knew it was something I wanted to put on the album.”

Scotty McCreery Serenades 'Girls' on New Song

Scotty McCreery Serenades 'Girls' on New Song

* Posted Aug 31st 2011 8:30AM by Marina Galperina
* Jill Johnson,
Season 10 'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery drops a new single this week from his much-anticipated debut album, 'Clear as Day.' 'The Trouble With Girls' follows his Top 15 chart-climber, 'I Love You This Big,' and it just might be another hit ... at least Scotty's sister thinks so!
"It's a really sweet song," Scotty says. "I played it for my sister and I said, 'Would you like to hear what's said in this song?' She said, 'I would love to have a guy say some of this stuff to me.'"
Aw, shucks. Scotty says it's already one of his favorite tunes from the CD, due October 4th, which also features a song Keith Urban hand-picked for him.
As the youngest and only male country winner of 'American Idol' dives fully into his new music career, he's also going to hit the books on the road so that he can graduate high school. But just because he's still young enough to be home-schooled by his mama, doesn't mean he can't charm the young ladies. The 17-year-old croons, "They smile that smile/ They bat those eyes/ They steal you with hello/ They kill you with goodbye/ They hook you with one touch/ And you can't break free/ Yeah, the trouble with girls/ Is nobody loves trouble as much as me."


I am making a new banner, so far I love this one, but it's huge.. I was going to make it smaller, but then I was like hmm I think I like it that big for now.  What do you guys think? TOO BIG?? lol  let me know :)