"Put You in a Song," the first single from Keith Urban's forthcoming album "Get Closer," features the most infectious aspects of his signature style. A vibrant melody is matched with driving guitars, a clever set of lyrics and an impassioned vocal performance courtesy of the country vet. Urban (who penned the track with Sarah Buxton and Jedd Hughes) makes unrequited love sound delicious as he sings, "You don't notice me but it's all right/I'm just a guy who wishes that I could be your man someday." Professing his intent with blissful enthusiasm, Urban's energy helps "Put You in a Song" leap from the speakers and grab listeners' immediate attention. The song spotlights an artist who always performs at the top of his game and delivers quality singles to fans and radio alike.