She's Fine

Album: High Noon (2014)


  • This song features the country rapper Colt Ford, who wrote the song with Niemann and Lance Miller.
  • Niemann told Taste of Country his fiancé, Morgan Petek, traveled to India to help children with leprosy and grew fond of the sitar whilst out there. The song is about her, so he included the instrument on this song "just to show her I love her."

    The sitar has rarely been employed by country artists, but Blake Shelton utilized one in the introduction to his 2009 single "I'll Just Hold On."


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