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Sweet Thing

by Keith Urban

Defying Gravity by Keith Urban

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Sweet Thing

by Keith Urban

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Label: Capitol Nashville
Marriage and fatherhood must suit Keith Urban quite well -- Defying Gravity is reflective of a man who is content to be exactly where he is. While it can be argued that a little tension can spark creativity, there's no denying that celebratory love song "Sweet Thing" and snappy, optimistic tracks like "Standing Right in Front of You" (which bears a resemblance to the New Radicals' "You Get What You Give") and "Kiss a Girl" are contagious gems with plenty of crossover appeal. Interestingly enough, the song that sounds most like classic Urban is his cover of Radney Foster's "I'm In."

About This Album

Marriage and fatherhood must suit Keith Urban quite well -- Defying Gravity is reflective of a man who is content to be exactly where he is. While it can be argued that a little tension can spark creativity, there's no denying that celebratory love song "Sweet Thing" and snappy, optimistic tracks like "Standing Right in Front of You" (which bears a resemblance to the New Radicals' "You Get What You Give") and "Kiss a Girl" are contagious gems with plenty of crossover appeal. Interestingly enough, the song that sounds most like classic Urban is his cover of Radney Foster's "I'm In."

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About This Album

Marriage and fatherhood must suit Keith Urban quite well -- Defying Gravity is reflective of a man who is content to be exactly where he is. While it can be argued that a little tension can spark creativity, there's no denying that celebratory love song "Sweet Thing" and snappy, optimistic tracks like "Standing Right in Front of You" (which bears a resemblance to the New Radicals' "You Get What You Give") and "Kiss a Girl" are contagious gems with plenty of crossover appeal. Interestingly enough, the song that sounds most like classic Urban is his cover of Radney Foster's "I'm In."