The artist releases I’m Gonna Miss Her, from Part II. When asked if he is concerned that some of his songs that are written from a male perspective aren’t universal enough:
I’ve found that with songs like that – a good example is I’m Gonna Miss Her – those are the ones that seem to get the biggest rise out of women. I think it’s because women see right through a song that attempts at saying, ‘You’re perfect, you’re this, you’re that’. It’s got to be really heartfelt because female intuition is really difficult to pass by if it’s not sincere. They have radar when it comes to things like that. But when you’re writing from the perspective of a man, it’s truly easier to get past that radar.