Tim McGraw Unveils Acoustic Performance of New Song ‘Hallelujahville’
Tim McGraw recently gave fans another taste of his much-anticipated new album, Here On Earth, with the release of his…
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The country superstar unveiled the acoustic rendition of the song on Thursday (July 30) with a music video to accompany it.
The song is an ode to life in a small town.
“Don’t call us small town, never have been, never will/ It’s a cold beer sundown and we eat what we kill/ We marry angels and dance with the devil in a place where time stands still/ Can I get an Amen for livin’ in Hallelujahville,” he sings.
“Hallelujahville” was co-written by Tom Douglas, Blake Griffith and Brett Taylor.
“Everyone’s got their own Hallelujahville, their own place that they grew up, whether it be in a city or whether it be in a country, everyone has that place that sorta feels like its got its arms around you and Hallelujahville says that to me,” McGraw explained of the new song.
Here On Earth is McGraw’s sixteenth studio album and is set to release on August 21st. The project will launch with a first of its kind album live-stream experience at 9 p.m. EST, which includes a special performance from McGraw. Tickets for the Here On Earth live stream event are available for $15 and can be purchased HERE.
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