Yellowstone‘s Luke Grimes has released his highly-anticipated first song, and country music fans worldwide are already learning its lyrics and getting familiar with the swoon-worthy tune.
Grimes first announced that he was going to break out into the music realm just months ago, and with the announcement, he also shared that he’s going to be performing on the music competition, Stagecoach. Fans have been ready on bated breath to listen to the primary notes of his debut tune, and he shared a tease of it throughout Sunday evening’s Yellowstone episode.
His tune, “No Horse to Ride,” was launched immediately, and followers can’t cease speaking about it. His voice and lyrics have been resonating in our minds all day. Some of his lyrics learn as follows, and also you’ll probably have the tune caught in your head all weekend.
“I’d be drivin’ in the dark with no headlights on
On a one-way highway that didn’t go home
I’d have to borrow from the devil just to pay my dues
I’d have nothin’ worth havin’ if I didn’t have you
I’d be a drunk without a drink to drink
A guitar with a broken string
Without you, I’d be a fallin’ star without a midnight sky
I’d be a train runnin’ out of tracks
Missin’ pages in a paperback
Without you, I’d be the kind of lost that’s hard to find
Walkin’ through this world alive
A cowboy with no horse to ride”
Fans say the tune sounds prefer it was recorded sitting round a hearth, and that’s an excellent factor, and others have already began posting photos of their vital others on social media with lyrics. Clearly, Grimes knew what he was doing when he wrote these lyrics and determined to soften all of our hearts.
This fan thought Grimes had hit peak hotness, solely to be shocked that he acquired extra engaging with the discharge of his tune.
Some followers really feel that the tune is true out of an episode of Yellowstone, with Grimes sounding like Kayce Dutton.
Other followers have been shocked by how good his tune was, giving him a shout-out for exceeding expectations.
You can hear Grimes’ new tune on any music platform now and sit up for a full album and extra singles within the close to future with two massive music festivals on the horizon.