Hear Dustin Lynch’s New Single, ‘Small Town Boy’
Dustin Lynch has dropped the second single from his forthcoming third studio album: The track is called "Small Town Boy."
"Small Town Boy" was written by Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip and Kyle Fishman, and produced by Zach Crowell. In a press release, Lynch explains that the song "is about being in love with someone for who they are and what makes them unique." Lyrics include, "She likes my T-shirt, she likes my old boots / Likes to slow dance to some old school / She'll take a full moon over those city nights / And I ain't scared to get all up in those bright lights ..."
I grew up in the small town of Tullahoma, Tenn., and that town made me who I am. It’s somewhere I long to always go back to and visit … my family is still there,” Lynch says. “So this song reminds me of my hometown and what true love really is -- and that’s being in love with the real in somebody and not the fake.”
"She loves a small town boy like me / She's my ride-or-die baby, she's my cool, she's my crazy / She's my laid-back in the front seat / She's my with-me-to-the-end girl, my turn-it-up-to-10 girl," Lynch sings in the chorus of "Small Town Boy." "She can have anybody that she wants or be anywhere she wants to be / She loves a small town boy like me / She loves a small town boy like me."
Listen to Dustin Lynch, "Small Town Boy":
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