According to Pinson, Church came into the songwriting process part of the way through, after the writers decided it sounded like a song he might sing. Read on for Pinson's account of the story behind "Some of It. We didn't have a title. It was just one of those things. We wanted to write a song like some other songs that we had discussed -- like, "I want to say something that says something," you know?
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It is the second single from Church's sixth studio album Desperate Man. Kenneth Eric Church born May 3, is an American country music singer-songwriter. We're doing our best to make sure our content is useful, accurate and safe. If by any chance you spot an inappropriate comment while navigating through our website please use this form to let us know, and we'll take care of it shortly. Forgot your password?
Eric Church and his band spend some time behind bars in the new video for his latest single, "Some of It," which is a sequel to his previous video for "Desperate Man. The "Desperate Man" video featured Church and his band hijacking their latest album from the record label and personally dropping it on fans' doorsteps, and the "Some of It" video opens with the superstar and his musicians facing the music, sentenced to prison for the crimes they committed in the process. Directed by Church's longtime collaborator, Reid Long, the video depict's Church's wife and daughter waiting for him at home, writing him letters and talking to him on the phone. His daughter hatches a scheme to let her dad have access to music even while incarcerated, disassembling one of his guitars and riding her bike up to the prison to smuggle it in a few pieces at a time.
It is the second single from Church's sixth studio album Desperate Man. Taste of Country writers Billy Dukes and Cillea Houghton described the song as a "mid-tempo thinker" that "takes on a quieter tone as a somber Church thinks back on how he has learned lessons throughout his life. Oermann , writing for MusicRow , described the song as "Life lessons delivered with eloquence and expression. Craftsmanship and heart in every note, from the lyric to the brain-tickling production touches. The song took 29 weeks to reach the top, marking this Church's longest climb to number one. The song's accompanying music video depicts Church performing the song in prison, through a disassembled guitar smuggled into the prison by his daughter.