The just-released tune finds the newlywed celebrating true love and suggesting that her significant other should go down in the hall of fame to be recognized for his commitment to her.
“If love had a hall of fame/ For a summer kiss in the rain/ For making me wanna stay/ Wrapped in your arms all night, all day/ For the way you look at me/ It should all go down in history/ They’d hang your picture on the wall/ And write your name/ If love had a hall of fame,” Barrett, who wed Foehner in October, sings throughout the heartfelt chorus.
The former American Idol finalist co-wrote “Hall of Fame” with Trannie Anderson, Adam Doleac and Zachary Kale and hopes her legion of fans will be able to connect to it the way she has.
“I am so blessed to have found a husband that makes me feel cherished, cared for and treasured,” shares Barrett. “We wrote this song to celebrate the goodness and the details of love – the little things, the feeling of truly loving someone and feeling that in return. I hope this song inspires everyone to reflect and say an extra ‘thank you’ to the people that make them feel the same way too, and I hope they love it as much as I do.”
The release of “Hall of Fame” comes just after Gabby Barrett shared the stage with Kane Brown at his sold-out STAPLES Center concert in Los Angeles. With a slew of dates on the books for 2020, the Warner Music Nashville star is showing no signs of slowing down as her debut single, “I Hope,” climbs to the Top 25 at country radio.