Mike from Detroit, Mii agree teresa they are really divese in their music. isnt the line "i wanna go where everyone goes, i wanna know what everyone knows, i wanna go where everyone feels the same" referring to not wanting to have to worry about fitting in? about having people accept you for who you are like it was when you were a kid hence all the little kids playing together in the video?
Teresa from Denver, CoI Really Love this song Panic is so Diverse in in there music is goes from like one thing to the next and its awsome its creepy with and edge of Everything YAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!
Paige from West Lafayette, Ini lloove this song! i think iys more about changing and growing up in the band. yah they have changed alot from their old selves and they know that. ♥brendan ♥ryan ♥patd ♥life!
Z from Somewhere Over The Rainbow, WaI think 'That Green Gentleman' is about a man who was engaged to someone he didn't love. They eventually refuse to marry one another. The song takes place a few years later, and he realizes that his life has just been passing by. Then his ex-fiance visits him and brings him back to reality. ~~Ta~~
Latasha from Austin, Txoh yeah and i posted the lyrics yayy me lol
Latasha from Austin, TxCheeeyyeeeaaaah 2nd comment baby!! lol but this song is the bombdigidy and then some i love it so much my fav on the pretty odd cd
Daniel from Jacksonville, FlThis song kicks ass by PATD. Its like they took a turn in their music, from crazy songs like "i write sins, not trafedies" to "that green gentleman" and its odd, its not what i expected of them. Just like the album name, this is pretty odd
Ronnie Dunn wrote "Boot Scootin' Boogie" before he teamed up with Kix Brooks to form Brooks & Dunn. It was originally recorded by the country group Asleep At The Wheel, but Brooks & Dunn did it themselves when it got its own line dance.