God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You

Album: N' Sync (1997)
Charted: 8
  • This is about a girl who changed a guy's life drastically in a good way: "How can it be that right here with me there's an angel, it's a miracle." He cannot believe he is with such an amazing person. He is convinced that when God was creating her, He spent more time on her than anyone else. >>
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    Lisa - Palatine, IL
  • When rival boy band Backstreet Boys was asked what 'N Sync song they wish they'd recorded, BSB member AJ McLean responded: "'(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You.' That song's dope."
  • Alabama released this as a single from their 1999 album, Twentieth Century, with backing vocals from 'N Sync. The cover landed at #29 on the Hot 100 and #3 on the country chart. It also earned a Grammy nomination for Best Country Collaboration by a group or duo.
  • This was written by New York-based songwriters/producers Evan Rogers and Carl Sturken, who worked extensively with Rihanna early in her career, writing most of the songs on her debut album, Music of the Sun.

Comments: 7

  • Pennell from Kansas City, MoPretentious is a key word here folks. Thank you Raff from Boston!
  • Rubymae Scribner from Auburn, Me I love this song it was one of my favorite songs growing up. I was a big fan of n'sync when I was a kid

    madison I hate people who hate n'sync
  • Madison from Norway, MeN'Sync should have spent a little more time working on this song. God, I hate boy bands....
  • Jessie from Coffee County, TnThis is a really sweet song. I like it.
  • Whitney from Little Rock, Arcute song.I love it.
  • Cristin from Boston, MaI thought it was about someone's mother
  • J-raff from Boston, MaOne of the most pretentious love songs ever written.
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