6 of the Best Luke Bryan Songs
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While you wait to find out if you are the bigger winner, here's six songs by Luke Bryan that are just too good to pass up:
This song has been on repeat for me all summer. I made it a point to master the part in the chorus where it seems like every word he says is strung together. You know, the part where he says: "This is a drop everything kind of thing. Swing on by, I'll pour you a drink. The door's unlocked. I'll leave on the lights. Baby, you can crash my party anytime." Yep, that one. Study up.
The title kind of says it all, doesn't it? On another note, this is one of the first songs I ever heard by Luke Bryan. It definitely was one to stick with me, especially because of his reasoning behind why rain was such a good thing. Can you remember what that was? I'll help get you started. "Rain makes corn. Corn makes whiskey. Whiskey........" Still can't remember? Just watch the video. It'll come to you.
"Shake it for the birds, shake it for the bees, shake it for the catfish swimming down deep in the creek. For the crickets and the critter and the squirrels, shake it to the moon, shake it for me girl." I don't know about you, but that's enough reason for me to shake it. How about you?
Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't work. Nothing lasts forever. I know for me, when I make my mind up about something, especially when it comes to guys and break ups, I stick to it. "I guess everybody's got their way of movin' on..." C'mon, I had to throw in at least one Debbie Downer song.
Does stuff like this actually happen? Like, does Luke Bryan go to bonfires with people, meet a random girl, and then get ditched? Sorry, but who would ditch Luke Bryan? I wouldn't want that night to end either, jeez.
As I was watching all of these videos, I realized that this video is a kind of "part two" to Luke Bryan's "I Don't Want This Night To End" video. After I figured that out, I had to watch both videos a few times, just because I thought the story behind it was cute. What can I say? I'm a helpless romantic.