About The Song

Released in 1989, She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind wasn’t just the lead single for Twitty’s album House on Old Lonesome Road, it became a chart-topping sensation, reaching number two on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. This wasn’t a fluke, mind you. The song, penned by the talented Walt Aldridge, struck a chord with audiences thanks to its relatable narrative and Twitty’s unmistakable baritone delivery.

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She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind doesn’t shy away from the raw emotions that come with a love on the brink. The song centers on a narrator who’s deeply in love with a woman, but their relationship is fractured. The title itself hints at this – she’s laser-focused on a singular desire, and it’s not necessarily aligned with the narrator’s hopes.

Twitty, a master of emotional nuance, paints a vivid picture through his lyrics. We hear about stolen kisses, whispered promises, and a love that burns bright despite the cracks in the foundation. There’s a palpable tension throughout the song, a constant push and pull between the yearning for reconciliation and the bitter sting of potential heartbreak.

She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind isn’t a tale of villains and heroes. It’s a testament to the messy realities of love. We don’t get all the details, but the narrator’s internal struggle is palpable. Is he willing to fight for this love, or will her singular focus ultimately drive them apart? The song doesn’t offer easy answers, but that’s precisely what makes it so compelling. It leaves the listener pondering the complexities of human relationships, the weight of unspoken desires, and the bittersweet beauty of love that may not be meant to last.

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This song also showcases a fascinating point in Twitty’s career. Having established himself as a country music legend decades earlier, She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind demonstrates his ability to stay relevant and connect with new audiences. The song seamlessly blends classic country storytelling with a subtle touch of contemporary production, a testament to Twitty’s enduring appeal.

So, as we prepare to listen to She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind, settle in for a masterclass in country music storytelling. Prepare to be swept away by Twitty’s masterful vocals and a narrative that captures the bittersweet essence of love, loss, and the lingering hope for reconciliation.



“She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind”

She can’t find the words to break it to me
cause she always was the gentle kind
she’s hopin’ I’ll hear it from a friend somewhere
she’s hopin’ I’ll read between the lines
but it comes as no surprise
cause she told me with her eyes
so watch her untie the tie that binds
she’s got a single thing in mind

She’s already gone except in body
it’s just a matter now, of time
well I should have seen
the storm clouds gatherin
but he who won’t look is just as blind
so there’s only me to blame
when my woman dropped my name
so watch her untie the tie that binds
she’s got a single thing in mind

So watch her untie the tie that binds
she’s got a single thing in mind

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