American Idol's Scotty McCreery Explains The Trouble With Girls
"It's a really sweet song," Scotty says. "I played it for my sister and I said, 'Would you like to hear what's said in this song?' She said, 'I would love to have a guy say some of this stuff to me.'
"It's talking about how great they are and it's tough for the guy to handle because he just loves it. It has a nice twist to it. It's like the songwriters wrote it just for me."
The chorus of the song, written by Phillip White and Chris Tompkins, is, "They smile that smile/ They bat those eyes/ They steal you with hello/ They kill you with goodbye/ They hook you with one touch/ And you can't break free/ Yeah, the trouble with girls/ Is nobody loves trouble as much as me."
"The Trouble With Girls" is one of Scotty's favorites on his new album. "Right off the bat when I heard it, I told my mom when we were listening to the demo, 'This is the kind of song when you are in the kitchen doing dishes that makes you stop what you are doing and listen to it.' It struck a chord with me and I knew it was something I wanted to put on the album."