“All Over Me” is one of the songs that represents and gives the feel-good summertime. The time and sensation which we all like after a hard day’s work and tough times. So, if you would like to chill and have fun, just binge in the song for it will definitely give you a good time with the hot weather and summer-feeling. Indeed, Josh Turner once again gave us the mood of excitement just like his song “Why Don’t We Just Dance.”
This song is another proof of Josh Turner’s honky-tonk temperament. Perhaps, it’s the reason why it was appreciated and embraced by millions of country music obsessives.
All Over Me…
The words and lyrics of “All Over Me” are from the creative minds of The Peach Pickers composed of Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson, Ben Hayslip. The song was released in April 2010 under Turner’s album “Haywire.” On the other hand, the song became No.1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on October 23, 2010. Also, “All Over Me” placed at No.4 on the Billboard U.S Country Songs chart.
“All Over Me” talks about a guy wanting to bring his lover down to the riverbank in the summer and begging her to pour her lover over him.
Josh Turner started his country music career in 2001 when he performed at the Grand Ole Opry. Since then, his talent has been recognized. Turner’s career skyrocketed in 2003 when he released the single “Long Black Train” under his album of the same name. Unfortunately, the single didn’t top the country charts. However, the song became his breakthrough single. It made him more popular in the country music scheme. Also, Turner was acknowledged, and he began recording more songs.
Finally, in 2006, after years of creating songs, Turner placed his very first number one single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs entitled “Your Man.” The single was certified Gold by RIAA, and it was documented to sell over 1,307,000 in the United States.
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