Man, this shit's unflatterin', all up in my head again [Outro] I know that you're tryin' (Won't you stop your cryin'?) [Verse 2] Everything's gonna be okay Everything's gonna be okay (Everything's gonna be okay) [Pre-Chorus 1] Baby girl, don't you hang your head low [3] Joel Whitburn's book Hot Country Songs 1944-2008 contradicts this record, citing Gary Allan's "Right Where I Need to Be" as the record-holder for this era with a 48-week run. Girl, don't hang your head low If vanity's my vitamin, well, I don't feel the difference Everyone's gonna be okay I think the lyric is pretty country just in terms of like what my lens of country music is, which is Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Chris Stapleton, people that really say it like it is. Everyone's gonna okay, baby Marren Morris Says Modern Country Music Has Been “Scrubbed Clean Of Any Edge & Nuance”, Read All The Lyrics To Maren Morris’ New Album ‘GIRL’, Maren Morris Breaks Down The Meaning of "GIRL", Man, this shit's unflatterin', all up in my head again, If vanity's my vitamin, well, I don't feel the difference, Draw your comparisons, tryin' to find who's lesser than, Don't lose your halo, don't lose your halo. What you feel is natural That’s how I would describe it. Don't you lose your halo Girl, don't hang your head low I feel like this song, the lyrics say it like it is. I don't feel myself right now, maybe I should just lay down You don't gotta put up with this anymore (Anymore) I know that you're tryin' Baby girl Draw your comparisons, tryin' to find who's lesser than It was released as the lead single on Bieber's debut album, My World 2.0. [4] The song has sold 827,000 copies in the US as of April 2013. [4] In the same book, "Baby Girl" is tied with Diamond Rio's 2002 single "Beautiful Mess" and Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats" as the second-longest chart run in this era, Underwood's chart run having come in 2006 and 2007. Girl, won't you stop your cryin'? [Bridge] It’s not overly poetic. I don't wanna wear your crown, there's enough to go around Don't you lose your halo Songs: PSY Gallops Back", "Sugarland Chart History (Hot Country Songs)", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Baby_Girl_(Sugarland_song)&oldid=977904888, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Singlechart usages for Billboardcountrysongs, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 11 September 2020, at 17:53. It’s just like saying it how you would say it to yourself or a friend or someone you really care about. Girl, won't you stop your cryin'? Everyone's gonna be okay (Everyone's gonna be okay) But I don't wanna feel this anymore And then Greg is just this musical savant where he has a thousand different synthesizers, and guitars, and drums, and mics, it’s like a playground. "Baby Girl" entered the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart at number 56 on the chart week of July 24, 2004. Baby girl It was written by group members Jennifer Nettles, Kristian Bush, and Kristen Hall, along with Troy Bieser. How this trio of writers got together was through Sarah Aarons who wrote “The Middle,” and that’s how I met her last year. The single reached a peak position of number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in April 2005. Everyone's gonna be okay Everything's gonna be okay And I didn’t really know what I was expecting because I had obviously heard of Greg’s work, you know, with Adele, and Beck, and the Foo Fighters, and Lily Allen, all these people that are just so diverse, but he’s never really worked with anyone in country music, and neither had Sarah. And that’s what I love about country music, but then adding Greg’s production and Sarah’s melody phrasing, and just incredible melodies, I feel like it became its own genre that was born that day. It’s your insecurity, your bullshit, your complexes.” But it also was super liberating to realize that, and I felt like I could finish the song in an honest place because I owned up to my shit, and knew that it was like, “I need to say this to myself, not to her.”. Originally released in 2003 as part of Premium Quality Tunes, it was re-released in July 2004 as the first single from the album Twice the Speed of Life. I know that you're tryin' Girl, won't you stop your cryin'? Tell me what you waitin' for? What you feel is natural (Natural) Mm mm mm, mm mm mm Everyone's gonna be okay Hoo hoo hoo, hoo, The inspiration for “Girl” really came from a tift I was having with a friend of mine who’s also in the music industry, and is a woman, and we’re actually very similar. ‘I know that you’re tryin’/Everything’s gonna be OK,’ Morris sang, her voice confident that change is coming. The song spent a total of 46 weeks on the country music charts; setting a new record for the longest chart run since the inception of Nielsen SoundScan digital chart tabulation in 1990. It just added a sonic quality I hadn’t tackled yet, and I don’t think I could’ve gotten without being in a room with these two. I know that you're tryin' So, it was cool because none of us had any preconceived notions about each other, it was like, “let’s just get in there and write a cool song.” I think that him sort of coming from this alternative rock world and pop, with Adele, and Kelly Clarkson, and then Sarah had just come off of all this success with Zedd and Alessia Cara before I signed on to do “The Middle” with Zedd. The single reached a peak position of number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in April 2005. Pick yourself up off the kitchen floor (Oh) "Baby Girl" became the highest-charting debut single for a country group since 1991. Learn and explore through song and movement with Super Simple Songs! I don't like myself right now, gotta find a way out Pick yourself up off the kitchen floor The track was written by Bieber, Christina Milian, Tricky Stewart (who worked with Bieber on a previous single "One Time"), and R&B singer The-Dream and produced by the latter two. "Baby Girl" is a debut song co-written and recorded by American country music group Sugarland. ‘We’re so overly well aware of what we’re up against, it’s almost like we’re sick of hearing it,’ she told Rolling Stone about the frustrations of living in a sexist world. [Chorus 2] [3] It also set a new record for the longest chart run since the inception of Nielsen SoundScan in 1990, spending 46 weeks on the charts. Kids songs, nursery rhymes, and more! "Baby Girl" is a debut song co-written and recorded by American country music group Sugarland. Baby girl, won't you stop your cryin'? Little Baby Bum is a fun and educational show for kids featuring classic and new nursery rhymes and loved by babies and their parents all around the world. Don't lose your halo, oh What you waitin' for? Baby girl, don't you hang your head low In addition, "Baby Girl" became the highest-peaking debut single for a country music group in 14 years. Don't you lose your halo Baby girl, don't you hang your head low Don't you lose your halo Everyone's gonna be okay Baby girl [Verse 2] Draw your comparisons, tryin' to find who's lesser than I … It’s not hers. Baby girl, don't you hang your head low Baby girl Sarah’s lyric structure and melody phrasing is so unique, and she’s got a super raspy voice like I do, and so we really hear each other in the room. We go through the same struggles and I think that, I don’t know if it’s like, each other or society that makes us competitive with each other, but I started this song as almost like a plea to this other woman, like, “Can we please just get our shit together and be cool?” And then, like an hour into the write, I was writing with Sarah Aarons and Greg Kurstin for this song, I had this realization that, no, I’m not writing this to her, I’m writing this to me, and that sucked realizing that because it was honestly me looking in the mirror and being like, “No, this is all your shit. Everything's gonna be okay "Baby" is a song by Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber, alongside rapper Ludacris. Rolling Stone ranked “GIRL” as the #28 song of 2019, saying: ‘Don’t you lose your halo,’ Morris advised her listeners in the shimmering title track to her second album, Girl. The song spent a total of 46 weeks on the country music charts; setting a new record for the longest chart run since the inception of [Chorus 1] [Verse 1] [Chorus 1] Don't you lose your halo I wanted to write with her for a really long time, and then she and Greg Kurstin are at the same publishing company in LA, so I was just already doing an LA writing trip, and we just all decided we’d write together. [5], https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gTm0f5Q1jNU, "Week Ending April 14, 2013. Baby girl, don't you hang your head low The single reached its peak position of number 2 on the chart week of April 2, 2005, a position that it held for two weeks. Originally released in 2003 as part of Premium Quality Tunes,[2] it was re-released in July 2004 as the first single from the album Twice the Speed of Life. It’s not prettied-up. Don't lose your halo, don't lose your halo She knew firsthand how some are determined to dim a woman’s glow and grace. So, he is just playing around for hours, layering, and layering this track, and I feel like the guitars on the song “Girl” are really unique because they’re almost ‘90s rock sounding to me. [Pre-Chorus 2] ‘I just want to look to the future and stop being in the present.’ Morris channeled her anger at being held back at country radio and used it to further the cause in ‘Girl,’ a song that hit its stride when the Grammy-winner released a music video that depicted the struggles of women of all stripes.