Lady Antebellum: Compass Meaning
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Song Released: 2013
Roller coasters high and low
Fill the tank and drive the car
Pedal fast, pedal hard
You won't have to go that far
You want to give up cause it's dark
We're really not that far apart
So let your heart...
anonymous Oct 28th, 2013 10:02pm report
"Compass" is a song recorded by American country music group Lady Antebellum. It was released as a single by Capitol Nashville October 1, 2013, and is to be included on the deluxe edition re-issue of the group's fourth studio album, Golden. The song was written by members of the pop/rock production team Stargate, and was produced by Nathan Chapman and Lady Antebellum. It represents a new musical direction for the group, blending a banjo- and fiddle-heavy folksy sound with pop-style production and anthemic lyrics.
anonymous Oct 28th, 2013 10:50pm report
This song came out of a backstage session between the Lady A trio and Josh Kear during the band's Own The Night World Tour. "Josh came out to see us on the road because that's where we did so much of the writing for this album," said Charles Kelley. "There's just something about this song that I think people can relate to. It's that time after a breakup when everything about a place reminds you of that person, so all you want to do is just get the hell out of there. We really wanted the production to reflect that almost haunting feeling."
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