10 of our all-time favorite Sugarland Songs

Hearing these performed from The Chicago Theatre stage will be extra special.

September 26, 2018
07 February 2018 - Nashville, Tennessee - Jennifer Nettles, Kristian Bush, Sugarland. CRS 2018 Day 3 Big Machine Label Group Performance held at the Omni Hotel.

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Less than a year ago we got some of the BEST news ever... Sugarland was reuniting and making NEW music. We love their album, "Bigger," and we've loved their new singles like "Still the Same" and "Babe." With the announcement that the pair would be taking The Chicago Theatre stage together nearly a year to the day they reunited, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of our favorite Sugarland songs... (in no particular order because, how could we?) 

1. "Something More"

Not only does this song take us back to 2005 (where has the time gone?!), it reminds us how the then trio showed from the very begining what talented performers AND songwriters they are... Off of their debut album, "Twice the Speed of Life," "Something More" was their second single. 

2. "Down In Mississippi (Up To No Good)"

Also from their first album, "Down In Mississippi" was their fourth and final single from "Twice the Speed of Life." 

3. "Baby Girl"

Where it all began for Sugarland... this song was originally released by the group in 2003 but was re-released the following year as their debut single off of "Twice the Speed of Life." 

4. "Babe"

Written by Taylor Swift & Train front-man, Patrick Monahan, this is the first song Sugarland has ever recorded on one of their albums that wasn't written by them. Taylor Swift offered the song to them when she heard the duo was reuniting (she's a Sugarland fan too!) and the duo were very excited to accept. Taylor's guest vocals are featured on the track & she was also in the music video to the song. 

5. "Stuck Like Glue"

Jennifer previously said on the song, "Little Miss" explores the realistic underbelly of the challenge of trying to 'be everything for everybody.' She is a woman coming to terms with the fact that 'just because you CAN do everything doesn't mean you SHOULD do everything.'"

7. "Settlin'"

Released in 2007, this was their second single off of their "Enjoy the Ride" album and was also their second consecutive No. 1!!

8. "It Happens"

I mean... does it get more relatable than the lyrics in this song? It has us like "TRUE" the whole song...

9. "Already Gone"

Their second single off of their "Love on the Inside" album, the duo co-wrote the song with Bobby Pinson who they also wrote with on two previous tracks, "Want To" and "All I Want to Do." 

10. "Mother"