Rachel Wammack’s ‘Enough’ Has Her Counting Her Blessings [Listen]
Rachel Wammack brings a refreshingly positive perspective in her single "Enough." Even without a debut studio album under her belt, Wammack is proving to country music that she belongs and even brings a brighter outlook we can all use.
Wammack brings her zest for life and reminds the listener to count their blessings. In a culture where we are constantly on the internet and worrying about every little thing, her carefree attitude pairs perfectly with the lyrics, which are about appreciating a love relationship that completes your life.
"If I don't catch that falling star I wish on tonight / I already know for sure I got something right / If none of my dreams come true / If it's just down to me and you / And this custom, hand-picked, signature brand of love / Baby it's enough," she sings.
The first verse begins as a ballad with slower, breathy vocals before Wammack reaches the refrain, where the song becomes an upbeat and vocally powerful midtempo chorus. Somehow the two different beats seamlessly flow into one another from choruses to verses, showing off Wammack's dynamic vocal skills.
Wammack co-wrote the upbeat anthem with Laura Veltz and Sam Ellis. The lyricism brings something that is catchy yet meaningful, with production that will have the melody stuck in your head for days to come.
"Enough" appears on Wammack's self-titled EP, which is available now.
Did You Know? The first song Wammack ever wrote was titled "Ramen Noodles."
Rachel Wammack's "Enough" Lyrics:
In this custom, hand-picked, signature brand of love / Well, baby it's enough, enough / Baby, it's enough, enough.
Baby, look up, you see the bright one? / Little left of Orion / Wish me good luck.
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