How Far Do You Wanna Go?

Album: Gloriana (2009)
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  • This open-road ode is the opening track and second single from American country music group Gloriana's self-titled debut album.
  • Gloriana were signed up by Matt Serletic's Emblem Music Group, after they sent him a demo. Serletic began writing material for them with one of Nashville's finest songwriters, Jeffrey Steele and this song, which showcases the band's four-part harmonies, was one of the fruits from their writing sessions. Former Western Flyer member Danny Myrick also contributed to this track.
  • The group - Cheyenne Kimball, Rachel Reinert and brothers Mike and Tom Gossin - told CMT News that this is one of their favorite songs. "It's kind of about being from a small town and being in love with somebody and just asking them, 'Do you want to get out of here with me and just run away and be free?'" said Kimball. "It's a song that a lot of people can relate to."
    Mike Gossin continued, "It's about a guy who kind likes this girl but keeps on missing her. He's trying to tell her he really wants to be with her. She leaves town almost, and he almost chases after her. Finally, they end up meeting."
    Tom Gossin added the song gets the crowd's attention during their concert appearances: "It's a great one to open with because it's really high energy," he said. "Even the lyrics saying 'how far do you wanna go' are kind of a cool question to pose to the audience at the top of the show. We have so much fun playing it."


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