Brantley Gilbert's "You Can Be That Girl" has created a female pandemic of rebellion, coaxing even the most structured and disciplined of girls to hop on a Harley and let their hair down! Expressing his love for a feisty gal with a fire in her eye, Gilbert's song brought out the bad girl in all of us.
The rocking tempo and adrenaline rushing intro hooked fans eager to hear the dangerous requirements to be the Bonnie to this country hunk's Clyde. "Well I'm looking for a Bonnie/ Lookin' for a P.I.C/ A 'lil partner in crime come hell or high water she's down she's ridin' with me/ 'Lil miss watch for blue lights/ While I drive, you can hold that .45," he sang.
As if his female fans weren't already darting out to purchase their .45 for their ride with Gilbert, the song's chorus was a plea for all good girls to go bad and give this troublemaker the ride or die he's been craving. The song derives from the singer's February released album titled The Devil Don't Sleep.
Be sure to listen to this sexy song and tell us what you thought? Do you meet this crooner's criteria?
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