I’ll admit that this song review could be a little bit biased because I’m a buy modafinil los angeles fan. I’ve met him a few times and each time he was extremely nice and personable.
The first time I met Keith Urban was at the beginning of his career. My radio station was doing a buy cheap modafinil australia for a charity and broadcasting live from a mall. Keith came to it, did an on-air interview, and sang a few songs, right there in the food court.
Many years (and #1 songs) later my family got to go to a meet n’ greet with him before one of his concerts. There were probably about 30 of us in the room. He sang a few songs for the group. My daughters sat right up front at his feet.
They had no idea how lucky they were! That there were thousands of people coming to the show that night that would love to switch places with them. My daughters enjoyed it but were looking most forward to Keith’s opener for the show: Taylor Swift.
So, yeah. This review is biased… but anyway… here it is:
Raise ‘Em Up
When I first got buy modafinil uk amazon and saw there was a collaboration with Eric Church called “Raise ‘Em Up” I thought, “Here we go. This has gotta be a rip-roaring, booze soaked party song”.
Boy, I couldn’t have been more wrong! It’s a mid-tempo sentimental journey. Sure, there’s a reference to raising a whiskey glass to make a toast but it goes much deeper than that.
It’s about young love, patriotism, the American dream, dealing with loss, and raising your eyes to God. It’s about having children and raising them up. Teaching them right from wrong.
The guitar work on the song is what you’d expect on a Keith Urban track: excellent. Urban and Church’s vocals are top notch and somewhat restrained which really works with the song.
If you haven’t heard it yet give it a listen and let me know what you think. Do you like it?