when I was younger I saw alot of separation and toxic relationships.I got into my first one late in life because I thought I was not normal as an introvert I was told always that it was not normal not wanting to be one.14 years later and wasted time I should have stuck to my gut instinct and not followed societies norms.This song hits hard as I'm trying to find myself again and I will never be the same.We put in so much into relationships to grow together but usually end up growing apart.
My 9yr old granddaughter listens to him and I didn’t know who he was but loved his voice and songs. I kinda remember a country singer saying something bad racially but didn’t realize it was him until now. Everyone makes mistakes the important thing is if we learn from those mistakes! I feel like he has.
i love this song. when i hear this song i think of my past. its very hurtful, and i think of my ex. and how i wasted so many years worried about how he is now. i hope he knows now that i cant stand to have any memory of him. its all wasted on you.
Grew up listening to country music. Now our daughter loves this music. Papa would be proud. Driving in his GTO. Windows down. Music blaring. He'd take my mom by the waist. They'd dance around the living room.
Can anyone let me know why as a woman of color gets strange looks from both sides when I drive around or whatever Im doing ppl look at me as if I'm not real and can't really be into country music, I have listened to country music all my life,my parents made sure that music of all genres was appropriate'd in our household, and especially listening to it as my father and brothers went out on the road,I come from a family of truck drivers,I started when I was 16, and most times being out there that's all you have to keep you company,the only thing is that I wish country music station 's would play more of the woman of country,I just wanted to ask if anyone else out there has or knows any women of color that enjoy country music and if so have they ever gotten the side eye because of it, cause just like everyone else,I listen to mine loud and proud and sing along.thank you for listening or reading.
I'm glad he didn't bend the knee too deeply. Wonder why white folks get in trouble for something black folks use to address each other on a regular basis. The word lost all importance once black folks started using it. Change that and maybe normal people can then take the charge of "racial slur" seriously. By the way, I heard Morgan say "nigga", no hard "r". Did I mis-hear him speak??
im sorry but how can you upload this as a "Official Music Video" ? I will admit that i could be wrong and to be clear im not trying to hate on you at all nor am I meaning any disrespect but im pretty sure you cant, because this is not an "Official Music Video" for -wasted on you because if it were it be on morgan wallens official channel and its not. so basically you just took random scenes from his older videos and overlayed the wasted on you audio. I dont know man I mean who cares what I honestly think or what my opinions feelings or thought are on the matter, but I kinda think thats not cool and a little weird because thats 1. misleading 2. false advertisment im just saying that maybe you should be careful how you label your content. also Side note I love this song too as I never thought much of him as an artist until I heard the acoustic version of wasted on you, I instant I heard I was hooked, wasted on you put him on the map and made me see his true potential as a country artist in my mind. wasted on you is a good song but the acoustic version is way better than the studio version.
I also heard this song being a country music lover for the first time today May 25, 2022. I have never known of him before and I absolutely love his voice and tone of music. I had no judgment before hearing his gorgeous song. Apon searching the original song I found the interview with Michael Strahan. I honestly think it was very ignorant of him to make such a remark but we all as humans make mistakes and deserve a chance to make our wrongs right. He did his due diligence...in my opinion. I still love and will listen to his song and will continue following him as a singer. BTW I am half Black half white.