If you’re a fan of country music, you may have heard of the song “Girl Crush,” which has been one of the most popular songs to come out of the genre in recent years. It’s been a major hit for Little Big Town, selling over 1, 755,000 copies and hitting number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
However, many people have been confused about the song’s real meaning. They’ve been interpreting some of the lyrics to reflect lesbianism, even though it’s not true.
The song’s creators, Lori McKenna, Hillary Lindsey and Liz Rose, have spoken out on the controversy. They explain that the song is not about a lesbian relationship and have reassured their listeners.
Still, some listeners have complained that the song is insensitive to gay fans. Some radio stations even removed it from their playlists after receiving complaints.
In fact, according to a radio host at Idaho’s KRVY, Fairchild has stated that the song is not about a lesbian situation and the woman in it simply wants her lover’s new girlfriend so badly that she wishes they were kissing each other.
This could be a good way to interpret the song, since it is not about a sexual relationship at all. It’s just a jealousy ballad.
But a lot of people are interpreting this song as if it were about a same-sex relationship, and that interpretation makes sense. It’s also a good way to keep the song on the air.