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Maddie & Tae – Shut Up and Fish acapella


"Shut Up and Fish" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music duo Maddie & Tae. It was released to radio on November 2, 2015 as the third single from their debut studio album, Start Here. The song was written by the duo (Taylor Dye/Madison Marlow), Aaron Scherz and Pete Sallis.
Lenght: 2:54
Bitrate: 320 kb/s
Downloads: 156

Jewly Hight of Billboard wrote that the song "flips another gendered country music script. In the past, male singers usually have been the ones cracking wise about the incompetence of city slickers; this time, it's Maddie & Tae delivering withering lines like, 'He pulled up in his red Corvette, salmon shorts and a white V-neck. I said, Wow, you know how to dress down for a city guy.'"

Billy Dukes of Taste of Country reviewed the song with favor, saying that it "is more universal than even they thought. Sure, women of just about any age can relate to a guy picking the wrong time to make his move, but men everywhere can identify with this song. Who hasn’t been the guy in the boat?" Both Hight and Jon Dolan of Rolling Stone compared its theme favorably to "Girl in a Country Song" in terms of reversing the roles usually held by young males and females in country music songs.
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