A fluffy love anthem, "Oklahoma Sky," written by Allison Moorer, is a string lead track that ebbs and flows like a mountainous stream. "How long has it taken me to find you," she inquires on the first verse. She takes the entire track to answer this question, and while the song drags somewhere in middle, the sentiment is real and touching. She describes that she is so in love that "a feather could have knocked me down." In almost five minutes, Lambert's tears have "washed out to sea." It is almost as if Four the Record is the story of her life, and all the trials and tribulations (the other tracks) are nothing more than stepping stones to reaching contentment on "Sky." Quite unlike most previous Lambert performances, this closing track is soft and explores a rarely seen side of the rowdy country crooner.
Must Listens: "All Kinds of Kinds," "Mama's Broken Heart," "BaggageClaim Claim," "Over You," "Better in the Long Run," "Nobody's Fool"
Rating: 4.5 out of 5