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Cody Webb More Than a Little - Flyah Review



                   When hearing country music I look for a calming and inspiring feeling that no other genre can supply.  The mood has to be joyous and uplifting in way that will send you off into a deep daydream.  I have been pushing this review off for a couple of days but now I seriously regret that.  Cody Webb has the gift of word play in his Country love song More than a little.  He's a very special entertainer from South Carolina that has the talent of not only singing with great range but he also plays the guitar like ''no ones business''.  This song touches your heart from the first note and reminds of great artist such as Tim McGraw.  Up to this day I had never heard of Cody Webb, but after hearing his song Im sure he will have a lasting effect on anybody that gives his music a spin.   



                 As the guitar strums in the intro of this song I was not sure of what to expect.  It kind of had a rock n roll feel be his supreme Southern Voice blends the two genres very well.  This is not so common in Country music and definitely deserves praise.  The following words ''Im gonna turn you porch into a dance floor tonight'' leads on a path of excitement and increases the hunger for more of this nirvana.   I noticed when this video was released, and I have to say that he couldn't have picked a better time of the year. I guess Im more than little in love with this chorus also. It has a great rhythm, its very catchy and the way he makes its profound it surely will move a crowd.  If I had to rate this song I would give it a 4 out of 5 for composition, Hit potential, and pizazz.  Give this song a listen and comment and let us know what you think




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