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New Music From Dierks Bentley!!!

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I’m a huge Dierks Bentley fan, but I’d be lying to you if I told you that I was crazy about his most recent music. I like a song with meaning and good lyrics and although, they were fun, I just don’t think of those 2 characteristics when I think of songs like ‘5-1-5-0’ and ‘Am I the Only One’. Sure, they’re fun and were big hits, but they’re just not my style.

So, when I heard Dierks Bentley was coming out with new music, I didn’t know what to think. I wanted to be excited, but didn’t want to get my hopes up, just to be disappointed. Well, I’ve heard his new music… Well, the one song that he has released so far and daddy likey. It has good writers (Ryan Tindell, Hillary Lindsey & Gordie Sampson), good backup vocals (Kacey Musgraves) and pretty decent lyrics (see below). This song, ‘Bourbon in Kentucky’, is the first single off of his new album, ‘Riser’, which is due out later this year. I am officially excited about his new music.

You can listen to the song at dierks.com. Excited, you guys.

 

"There ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Matches I can strike

To set afire the memory of you

 

Up goes down

Rights gone left me behind

Wheels spin ‘round

Reverse stuck in my mind

 

There ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Bottles I could break

To make ‘em feel as broken as I do

Stack up every barrel

Since the day it was made

Satisfaction guaranteed to kill the pain

 

But there ain’t enough

Kisses from a stranger

On a long wild night to ever make it alright

If it ain’t you

In my arms, in my bed

Yeah to hell with all the rest

Once you’ve had the best, nothing else will do

What’s the use

 

There ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Bottles I could drink

To make ‘em feel as empty as I do

 

With my mouth wide open

In a whiskey rain

I could stand there 24 hours a day

 

But there ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

No there ain’t enough

Bottles I could drink

To make ‘em feel as empty as I do

No there ain’t enough

Bourbon in Kentucky

For me to forget you

So forget you"

 

 

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