After what seems like years and years of talking about it, Florida Georgia Line‘s third studio album, Dig Your Roots, is finally here. During every interview the reigning CMA Vocal Duo of the Year has given over the past year, they have promised a deeper, more meaningful, more spiritual album.
Overall, I think Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard delivered on that promise. However, this is not Garth Brooks’ “The Dance.” What’s deep and meaningful to one listener could be fun and poppy to another listener. For FGL, this is deeper and more meaningful. We all express ourselves differently.
Brittney, Brian, Tyler, Hayley
7 Best Lines from Florida Georgia Line’s Dig Your Roots:
I know you ain’t a model, but you should be a model
You know, I wouldn’t hate it if somebody said that to me. But, when you actually hear it, it’s kind of funny.
I’m dancin’ who I came with I’m your man and you my lady
That’s a pretty great way to say it.
3. “While He’s Still Around”
So I’m gonna try to say it before I gotta pray it
A great reminder to tell people you love them before you can’t tell them anymore.
4. “Grow Old”
It’s gonna take a little time, we’ll have to work at it every day / We’re gonna lose a lot of sleep and learn to eat out of a microwave
An update on Kenny’ Chesney’s “The Good Stuff” line of, Eatin’ burnt suppers the whole first year/ An’ askin’ for seconds to keep her from tearin’ up.
You’re hot like the end of June, it’s not like you’re gonna cool off soon
I’m telling you, no one knows how to uniquely compliment their waves better than Florida Georgia Line.
6. “Good Girl, Bad Boy”
Probably ain’t never been lost after midnight / Tryin’ to be a good girl
Interesting way to describe someone who probably doesn’t get in trouble much. Can’t you imagine arguing with someone and saying, “You’ve probably never even been lost after midnight!”
And damn it, I love singin’ to you / I done check yes and gave my mama’s ring to you
Classic George Strait nod. I get it.