I love Ashton Shepherd.
I’ve listened to her debut album numerous times. There is something authentic and real about Ashton. When she sings about heartache and the daily struggle of life it seems like the emotions are coming from somewhere real. She just has the perfect kind of country voice.
Listen to I’m Just A Woman by Ashton Shepherd and see what you think…
I’m Just A Woman – Ashton Shepherd
This is another great song.
And can Ashton put on a show or what? When she opens her mouth it’s pure country coming out. It’s great and I could listen to it all day. There aren’t too many artists I could listen to exclusively all day long, but Ashton is one of those few.
Women are special.
For us men it’s difficult to understand what goes through a woman’s mind. We miss the signs. We miss the things you tell us. We’re simple and we often need time to come around to understanding you.
That’s the topic of I’m Just A Woman. In the song Ashton sings about how women are; what they do, what they want, and what they worry about. It’s an interesting look into the emotions of a women. Even in just a short three minute song we get a glimpse into the mind of Ashton. She sings about how she feels slighted when her man looks at strangers on the street, but treats her like a stranger sometimes. I’m sure I’ve done the same thing on occasion.
We’re men. We’re fools.
It seems in I’m Just A Woman Ashton explains to her man that she’s just a bunch of emotions. She can’t always control what emotions are going to come out today and all she needs is for her man to understand she’s just a woman.
If that’s all the understanding it takes, if that’s how simple it is I think we can come around, men and be there for our women.
Thanks Ashton for writing an anthem for all women.
And the song is even a good little piece of insight into the emotions of a woman that will help us come around to understanding.
This new album from Ashton is going to be great. I can’t wait for the release. You can be sure I’ll have a copy in my truck to play through and through on my commute.
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