Don't Touch My Radio

Album: Thirty One (2015)
  • Jana Kramer wrote this song with Blair Daly and Catt Gravitt. She told I Heart Radio: "I don't like it when people touch my radio in a car, so I'm like, 'You can touch the wheel, you can do this, but don't touch my radio.'"
  • This is one of five tracks on Thirty One that credits Catt Gravitt. Kramer told Billboard magazine that the songwriter has played not just an important role in her career - but her life, as well. "She was a bridesmaid at my wedding," the singer said. "She was the first person I lived with when I moved to town. I love her so much."

    "We've written some very special songs together - including some that I'm still not ready to share yet. We go very deep and have been on the same journey together, with our lives being parallel. Even though she's older than me, we're like soul sisters from a different family."


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