Jana Kramer, ‘Said No One Ever’ [Listen]
Jana Kramer‘s “Said No One Ever” is a progressive country-rocker that is sure to appeal to country’s younger audience. The clever lyric combines with Kramer’s flirty delivery to create three minutes of sound you’ll have a hard time forgetting.
“Said No One Ever” is Kramer’s response to things in life that most people abhor. Loneliness, distractions, self-indulgent people, prisons and Drakkar cologne are a few of the many targets the singer and new mother takes aim at here. Perhaps only the tourism industry (for mention of motels) and Fox News (for mention of politics) will take exception to her quips.
After her hit song “I Got the Boy,” Kramer returns with a sassy, but much lighter single. Few will have trouble quickly making up their minds on “Said No One Ever,” the third single from Kramer’s Thirty One album. Look for her to perform it at the 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival this summer.
Did You Know?: “Said No One Ever” was written by powerhouse writers busbee, Nicolle Galyon and Natalie Hemby.
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Jana Kramer, “Said No One Ever” Lyrics:
“Wish you’d talk more about yourself, said no one ever / Treat me to a motel, said no one ever / Show me your prison cell, said no one ever / Yeah, love is always real on reality TV / Sucks to be rich, said no one ever / Oh, I love politics, said no one ever / Make the beat more slick, said no one ever / My Heisman and my Grammy came so damn easy.”
“I don’t need your love and affection / Your undivided attention when we’re together, we’re together / I don’t need to be your one and only, I’m happier when I’m lonely / Don’t want love to last forever / Said no one ever / Said no one ever / Said no one ever / Said no one ever / Said no one ever.”
“Bring back the payphone, wait / Wait, who are the Rolling Stones, said no one ever / More Drakkar cologne, said no one ever / Yeah, everybody here can’t wait for Monday.”
“I wish you’d kiss me less, leave me hanging by a thread / Leave my heart in a mess, said no one ever / No one ever.”