Luke Bryan is finally answering his critics– he’s country. He might be a different kind of country than you and your friends, but he’s not here to judge.
Bryan grew up on a farm in Georgia. When he wasn’t playing music or helping out on the farm he was in the woods hunting or fishing.
Bryan starts the tune directly calling out all the “that ain’t country” haters and ends the first verse, by saying, “let me hit me with you some hometown” truth before declaring “we’re all a little different, but we’re all the same.”
The chorus outlines his raising in the Georgia pines.
It’s not necessarily the most country sounding tune Bryan has ever released, but the lyrics remain true to Bryan and “what makes him country.”
Plus, you can dance to it.
This is about to become an outright anthem. Prepare yourselves.
Bryan is a co-writer on the track along with longtime friends and collaborators Dallas Davidson and Ashley Gorley. The track is the title track off of his upcoming album.