I’m not quite sure if it’s because I use the word “Babe” so many times (every day) or if it’s because I’m just feeling nostalgic over hearing that distinct Taylor Swift country-pop sound, but I am really liking Sugarland’s latest offering.
Originally written by Tay Tay and Train frontman Patrick Monahan for her album Red way back in 2012, Babe finally sees the light of day as Sugarland’s latest single after the female superstar approached the country band with the song after hearing they are recording an album.
The song sees a lover chastise an ex after messing up for the very last time…classic Swift and I would not have expected nor wanted anything less. #checkitout
I’m here on the kitchen floor, you call but I won’t hear it / You said I’m no one else, we ain’t getting through this one, babe / I break down every time you call / This is the last time, this is the last time (we’re a wreck, you’re the wrecking ball) / You said I’m no one else, this is the last time / I’ll never call you babe