While Keith Urban has been busy promoting his new album Graffiti U, the “Blue Ain’t Your Color” singer made a stop by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to perform a few songs from the new album.
The 50-year-old singer took the stage for a performance of “Coming Home,” featuring singer Julia Michaels. Dressed all in black, Keith performed on the outdoor stage in front of a large screen displaying the lyrics. While everyone wondered if Julia would make an appearance, she did—in a way. The “Issues” singer appeared on the large video screen to add her vocals.
“There’s a place that I know where they all know me / I gotta get back now to the ones who love me / Wrap myself around you, never let you go / There’s nothin’ in the world that feels like / The place that I know where they all know me / I gotta get back now to the ones who love me / Wrap myself around you, never let you go / There’s nothin’ in the world that feels like / Coming home, home, home, mmm,” Keith sings in the chorus.
“’Coming Home’ started with an idea I had of using the intro of one of my favorite Haggard songs ‘Mama Tried’—to build an entirely new song around it,” Keith said about the track. “Then, I took the idea to J.R. Rotem and he put some chords around it. I jotted down the first words that the music made me feel, jumped on a mic and sang the chorus.”