First he shares the story behind the song, and how inspired he was to write when his girlfriend Erica Hartlein was watching The Bachelor on Monday night. And even better, he went live on Twitter to share the song that he'd spontaneously written with Ray Fulcher and Drew Parker. "It's hilarious", said the girl who totally doesn't think it's hilarious but is trying to play it cool.
The singer noted that he met Brown during her season of "The Bachelorette" and actually likes her. He does admit in the video that he recently performed on the show during Hannah's season, so someone has his number.
Owen wrote the song more for Weber than Brown, he explains, because no man should have to ride this kind of emotional roller coaster.
'This has nothing to do with the actual Bachelorette. "This is just everyday life", he said, adding that he meant no disrespect to Brown.
Alabama Hannah, what do you want? "/ If it's love that you need, well then honey, it's gone / You had your chances, so won't you leave me alone / Alabama Hannah, won't you go on back home". "Jake, let me know when you need me for the music video", Brown said. I been out here in California, I've been soaking up the sun.
'You're a beauty queen and a dancing star and I think you'll do just fine, ' he went on referencing the star's time on Dancing With The Stars as well as her tenure as Miss Alabama. "But you got to lay in the bed you made, and I hate to let you down / Girl this ain't no windmill, we can't go round and round". 'I'm flying high, I got peace of mind, I already raised the bar / Now you're showing up here tonight, who do you think you are?'
After performing Owen made sure to say he wasn't "dissing" Hannah.
Owen assured his fans he loves Hannah, "so it's not a diss on her", but the lyrics land this song solidly in the diss track genre. "This is some catchy shade @jakeowen", she wrote. The Bachelor airs Mondays on ABC. He explained that anyone can relate to giving, "somebody multiple opportunities to take you as a lover" and being rejected.