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Single Review: Jack Ingram - That’s A Man

10 January 2009 One Comment

Jack Ingram - That's A ManSo many songs recently have been pretty cliche where you know what to expect when an artist releases a new single by just looking at the title. I have to admit I usually don’t find Jack Ingram’s songs to be interesting but the lyrics of this song grab you and hold on. The new single “That’s a Man” is the first single on the yet to be released album Big Dreams and High Hopes on Big Machine Records.

The song starts off talking about how he hears about another single mother just struggling to get by which sets up the song in which he goes on to talk about a young father who works two jobs just to give his family the basics, and says that is what a real man is. The song continues to go on to talk about marines fighting for their country to a farmer who works hard his whole life to provide for his family and says how “That’s a Man“. The song has a great message about living life and working hard.

Overall this song definitely gets the thumbs up and a good rating for the major reason of it being real and something everyone can relate to in one way or another. The song is about life and how more respect should be shown to those who sacrifice and provide for their families instilling strong values. I think “That’s A Man” could do some good things for Jack Ingram especially with all of the things going on in the world right now.

Rating: ★★★½☆

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  • LoveLoveLove said:

    Jack is great I saw him in concert about a year ago. I wasn’t going to the concert to see him but he was opening and since then I have been a fan.

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