God, Your Mama, and Me are Keeping Score to Take Back Home Girl, so Say Something!

Hello, Monday! Today’s a little easier to face now that we got the hour back that was stolen last spring, am I right? I know many don’t like this version of the time change, what with it making the darkness arrive a bit earlier, but I never seem to catch up from the hour that gets taken away until it’s given back. I wish those that are they would pick one and stick with it – changing the clocks twice a year doesn’t change our internal clocks!

Meanwhile, it’s Monday, and Monday means ! For the month of November, our Honorary Conductor and Spotlight Dancer is non other than little old me! The theme I chose for this week is “ – example: Country-Pop Crossover duets, or duets by artists from different genres you wouldn’t expect to collaborate together, etc.” Let’s get this party started!

Let’s start with an unconventional team up between a country duo and favorite pop group. This song is one of the least gritty songs this duo has released, and it’s very enjoyable!

One of the duo explained how working with the legendary boy band was a decision they didn’t take lightly. He was quoted as saying:

“We were raised with multiple influences, we love all sorts of music, but you know, we’re not going to do every song that comes our way. We have to feel like it’s a part of us. We gotta feel like it’s our song as much as it is the person we were collaborating with. We love collaborating, can’t wait to do more. But just when it’s right, you know what I’m saying?”

The song’s video was shot using GoPro cameras and cell phones as the squad of male singers surprised their loved ones with unexpected acts of kindness.

FGLandBackstreetBoysGet ready for some goosebumps – here’s and with “God, Your Mama, and Me”:

Next up, this country duo teams up with pop icon , which continues to showcase the lyrical depth and complexity that have been hallmarks of their new batch of songs. This time around, the subject matter turns to staying in the moment with the one you love.

I know I’m only human / Don’t know how many sunsets I got left / And I don’t want to ruin / This moment by wondering what comes next,” they sing in the song’s chorus, harmonizing with Clarkson’s effortlessly acrobatic upper range. “I just want to love you / Like it’s all I’m living for / Hold you close, enjoy you more / And spend a little less time .

One half of the duo was quoted as saying:

“It is such an honor for us to sing this duet with Kelly. Not only is she one of the most incredible vocalists of our generation, she is one of the most genuine, kind-hearted people we have ever met. We’re glad this song resonated with her as much as it did with us.”

Give a listen to featuring Kelly Clarkson with “Keeping Score”:

Pop star Tori Kelly was an American Idol hopeful during season nine, just two years after beatboxed his way through his season seven audition. But still, the odds of this pop star and this country newcomer coming together on a song seemed to come out of the clear blue sky. Chris was quoted as saying:

“My label asked me who would be a dream collaboration, and I said Tori Kelly, not realizing at the end of the day she would end up doing it. But she heard the song and loved it, and decided she wanted to be a part of it.”

“I say this a lot, but I’m definitely very lucky to have her on the song because I feel like she took what was already a really good song and made it even better.”

Here’s Chris Lane and Tori Kelly with ”:

Both this rising country star and pop icon admit that their friendship and their collaborations are a little unlikely. The country artist was quoted as saying:

“We had an opportunity to make music together and write songs and hang out, but it’s also weird because he’s one of the biggest stars in the world.”

The pop star gets that, saying,

“We probably look like we don’t belong in the same song, but we have so much in common.”

When it came time for their songwriting session, the pop star recalls the country artist asking him what he wanted to say.

“I said, ’Honestly, I want to say something but I just don’t want to get caught up in the rhythm of it.’ And we just looked at each other and he was like, ’Hold on. Let me get my pad.’”

The video was shot — reportedly in one take — in the labyrinth of L.A.’s Bradbury Building.

Get ready to dance – here’s Justin Timberlake and with “Say Something”:

That’s a wrap for this week – have a great Monday, see you on the dance floor!

Now on to the particulars of Monday’s Music Move’s Me:   PhotobucketI have the supreme honor and privilege of being a co-host with the inimitable Xmas Dolly and our musical cohort, the awesome Cathy from Curious as a CAThy, and while our beloved Callie of JAmerican Spice is taking a break, our friend Michelle from Musings and Merriments with Michelle is helping out with hostess duties! And, for the month of November, our Honorary Conductor and Spotlight Dancer is me!

Want to join in the fun? It’s easy – just find a tune that rocks your boat, post it and link up – don’t forget to grab Xmas Dolly…er, um, I mean her button…over at her place here. Check out Xmas Dolly’s sidebar for the random themes we sport each week – and you can always ask for a specific theme of music you like, too. Check out the other music lovahs and let’s jam!

INTRODUCING OUR “SPOTLIGHT DANCER” and Honorary Conductor for the month of November:

Stacy from Stacy Uncorked



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10 thoughts on “God, Your Mama, and Me are Keeping Score to Take Back Home Girl, so Say Something!

  1. I have to say this was a great theme Girlfriend! Tons of fun and so many new tunes I heard today…. W0W! Just like the one here with Kelly Clarkson & Dan & Shay! She really sounds country on this one to me anyway! Now heard Timberlake one other time today..Some other connections I saw today was really out of this world too! bwhahaha Great job girlfriend. Well , my sitting time is almost over and I need to get up and walk around. HUGS

  2. Stacy,

    I enjoyed pulling my playlist together for your theme selection. I believe it’s one that’s worth spending more time with at another time. The only song in your set that I think I’ve heard before today is the first one by FGL & BSB. My favorite tune among these is the production between Dan + Shay featuring Kelly Clarkson. Do you watch The Voice? Kelly adds a bit of fun to the program. I like her by far better than some of the other female judges they’ve had on the show. Thanks for boogieing with me, my friend.

  3. Girl, this is one kickass post! I love it! Excellent theme and you pulled some amazing songs together for it.
    I loved the first one with Georgia Florida Line and Back Street Boys. Loved both the song and the video. What a neat glimpse into their lives and relationships.

    I also really liked Dan & Shay with Kelly Clarkson. I saw that movie too. What a precious heartwarming film. Great song.

    Loved the other ones too. Great new music for me to groove on.
    I’m sitting in the orthopedic surgeons office waiting to see what he’s going to do with my shoulder. Wigging out a little so I sure appreciated having your post to take the edge off while I was waiting.
    Talk soon,

    Michele at Angels Bark

  4. You saved the best for last, because Stapleton and Timberlake – Say Something, that wong was wonderful! That’s the second duet by these two singers I’ve heard today and I am so impressed. I also enjoyed the Florida-Georgia Line and Backstreet Boys but then again, I was a secret (sssh don’t tell anyone) fan of the Backstreet Boys when my then young son loved them. Thank you for the theme this week.

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