Caroline Jones‘ new song, “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)” is letting you know exactly what to do!
Talking about the track, she says “It’s very sassy, and sexy, flirty and empowering and strong.”
With lyrics like “Come in, but don’t make yourself comfortable, because I don’t know, if I’m going to like you for long. Come in, but park your truck facing out cause I wouldn’t want to be you when I want you gone” — Caroline says the song reminds her of the music that influenced her when she was young, “Kind of reminds me of some of my heroes growing up, like Shania Twain…that had that kind of energy, and it’s a wonderful thing to tap into – especially as a woman.”
While “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)” is from the woman’s point of view, Caroline thinks guys will also be able to relate to the spirit of the song, “Music is the universal language…as cheesy and cliché as it sounds…it absolutely touches people in a way that conversation can’t. It speaks to…directly to people’s hearts and a lot of people don’t really allow themselves to access that on a daily basis “
Caroline says, “I’m very excited for people to hear it, hopefully the energy of it will be infectious to them.”
Check out the studio video of “Come In (But Don’t Make Yourself Comfortable)” by Caroline Jones right here..
Headline Photo Credit: Laura Tait
Additional Photo Credit: Tyler Lord
This article was originally published on TheCountryDaily.com