Keith Urban's best song: 'Stupid Boy' or 'Blue Ain't Your Color'? | The Tylt
Keith Urban's best song: 'Stupid Boy' or 'Blue Ain't Your Color'?
Keith recorded "Stupid Boy" as a suggestion from wife Nicole Kidman. The song was released in late 2006. The smash resonated with people, detailing a man who doesn't appreciate the amazing woman in his life. "Stupid Boy" won the Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in 2008.
🎶 Stupid boy, you can't fence that in. Stupid boy, it's like holding back the wind. She laid her heart and soul right in your hands. And you stole her every dream and you crushed her plans. She never even knew she had a choice. And that's what happens when the only voice she hears is telling her she can't. Stupid boy. Stupid boy, oh.🎶
"Blue Ain't Your Color" garnered much praise for its departure from Keith's previous hits. The experimental ballad intermixes country and blues. The song topped the country chart for 12 consecutive weeks. "Blue Ain't Your Color" was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song at the 59th Grammy Awards.
🎶 Blue...Looks good on the sky. Looks good on that neon buzzin’ on the wall. But darlin', it don’t match your eyes. I’m tellin’ you...You don’t need that guy. It’s so black and white, he’s stealin’ your thunder. Baby, blue ain’t your color.🎶