Gretchen Wilson, ‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ – Song Spotlight
In 2004, Gretchen Wilson made it well known that she’s a ‘Redneck Woman’ — and now, the Grammy Award-winning singer insists that she wants to be your everlasting love in her new song, ‘I’d Love to Be Your Last.’
Wilson’s slow and heartfelt new single is a bit out of character for the ‘Here for the Party’ and ‘Homewrecker’ singer, who made a name for herself by expressing that she’s by no means a “high-class broad.” ‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ is a caring and committed love song about finding the right person and dismissing the past, as demonstrated by the lyrics:
“We’ve both done our share of living / Taking chances we’ve been given / I’ve never been too big on looking back / I don’t care if I’m your first love / But I’d love to be your last.”
Wilson releases her version of ‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’ — from her 2010 album ‘I Got Your Country Right Here’ — just in time for Valentine’s Day. The song is nominated for two awards at this year’s Grammys, which air on Feb. 13.
Listen to Gretchen Wilson, ‘I’d Love to Be Your Last’