Sam Hunt recently released his new single, “Water Under the Bridge,” which is a nostalgic look into the good old days of youth.
The lyrics are filled with the joy of nostalgia and sadness: I can’t believe this ol’ road ain’t washed out / That no trespassing sign is still hanging around / And it’s doing about as much good now as it did back then / Yeah, you know we used to load up on Natty, unleaded and smokes / Hide from the sheriff and let down our folks / Park some old Chevy jukebox up here on the bank / Crank it ’til the thing won’t crank.
The track was co-written by Hunt, Chris LaCorte, Shane McAnally, and Josh Osborne.
“Water Under the Bridge” is a follow-up to the multi-platinum-selling superstar’s recent No. 1 hit “23.”
Earlier this month, Sam Hunt revealed that his wife Hannah Lee Fowler gave birth to a baby girl named Lucy Lou.
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