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(AUDIO) Justin Moore Shows Off His Softer Side

April 7, 2013

Justin Moore is not known for singing super sappy love songs, but his last single, “Til My Last Day,” and his current single, “Point At You” are his versions of love songs that show off his softer side. Justin says it wasn’t difficult to record those songs because they weren’t typical. “I’ve said in the past that I don’t do a lot of love songs ‘cause – there’s not a lot of ‘em I feel comfortable doing… There’s nothing wrong with sappy, sweet love songs. I’m not knocking anybody who can pull them off ‘cause they can do something I can’t do. It’s just not my style. I don’t think my fans wanna hear me do that. It’s not what I do.” Justin is working on finishing up his next album and he says there will be some more of his style of love songs on the new album. “I think we found some songs and wrote some songs that I feel comfortable doing now that we know that we can go that direction, radio will go with us, and the fans will go with us.”



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“I will say on these two songs, no, I didn’t find it difficult. That’s why I’m so particular about love songs. I mean, I’ve said in the past that I don’t do a lot of love songs ‘cause I don’t – there’s not a lot of ‘em I feel comfortable doing. So, these I did feel comfortable doing, that’s why I put them on the albums that I have. There’s nothing wrong with sappy, sweet love songs. I’m not knocking anybody who can pull them off ‘cause they can do something I can’t do. It’s just not my style. I don’t think my fans wanna hear me do that. It’s not what I do. But, on the Outlaws Like Me album, with a song like “’Till My Last Day” and a couple more, a lot more on this album than any other album, I think we found some songs and wrote some songs that I feel comfortable doing. Now that we know that we can go that direction, radio will go with us, and the fans will go with us.”

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