"Alone With You" was alright but "The One That Got Away" was a lame summer song that got old after one listen.
Owens latest is just as lame as it's precedor. The opening instrumental is blasting electric guitars, which doesn't fit the obvious intended mood of the song.
The hook of "I'll go anywhere with you" is lame, but the singles weak point is the opening verse.
"If your dream house is a double-wide trailer sitting back in the holler on a country road". It's not even a rural-pride anthem, yet it STILL manages to use that cliché as if it was one!
The production could use some toning down, as it makes this seem cluttered and doesn't let Owens skills as a vocalist to shine (though the chorus is a bit catchy...)
Though this will seemingly be another #1 hit for Owen, it adds up to nothing more than than a glossed up radio hit.