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I've always loved everything John Mayer's done... but this isn't his best. It's not terribly original, there's no great hook, and how many people is he planning on offending by talking about getting stoned? It's an ok song, and it's still going to be in my library, but it sounds like it could be just any song off a CD, not the first single that's going to make you want to buy the rest of it.


I'm crazy about Mayer, but I think this song is awful. This is the first time I've ever not liked something Mayer created. Maybe I just don't get it. Sounds like a cross between Norah Jones and country music.

A different sound...but a comforting familiar voice...

It took a few listens, and a few minutes of really just hearing the music...but this new single is damn good. It has a slight country style to it, the great voice of Mr. Mayer, and an almost aged sound to the brings a nice, warm, welcoming sound to my ears on a rainy's the kind of song you'll see on a heart warming commercial some where down the road, and its a great appetizer to the coming "Battle Studies" release. Well done John.


Born: October 16, 1977 in Bridgeport, CT

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After making his introduction as a sensitive, acoustic-styled songwriter on 2001's Room for Squares, John Mayer steadily widened his approach over the subsequent years, encompassing everything from blues-rock to adult contemporary in the process. Arriving during the tail end of teen pop's heyday, he crafted pop music for a more discerning audience, spiking his songcraft with jazz chords and literate turns of phrase. The combination proved to be quite popular, as Room for Squares went triple platinum...
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