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Summer Forever by Billy Currington

Song

Drinkin' Town With A Football Problem

Billy Currington

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Song

Drinkin' Town With A Football Problem

Billy Currington

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Label: Mercury Nashville
Billy Currington employs playful Southern touches throughout Summer Forever. Album opener "Don't It" is a light-hearted, rollicking attempt to woo the opposite sex -- the pick-up lines come fast and furious, and one or two might be cute and clever enough to actually work! Elsewhere, Currington adds hints of R&B; "Good Night" makes the most of Jessie James Decker's soulful diva voice, while the title track has the kind of laid-back-but-fast-talking vibe that Sam Hunt does so well. Other highlights include "Do I Make You Wanna" and the cleverly titled "Drinkin' Town with a Football Problem."

About This Album

Billy Currington employs playful Southern touches throughout Summer Forever. Album opener "Don't It" is a light-hearted, rollicking attempt to woo the opposite sex -- the pick-up lines come fast and furious, and one or two might be cute and clever enough to actually work! Elsewhere, Currington adds hints of R&B; "Good Night" makes the most of Jessie James Decker's soulful diva voice, while the title track has the kind of laid-back-but-fast-talking vibe that Sam Hunt does so well. Other highlights include "Do I Make You Wanna" and the cleverly titled "Drinkin' Town with a Football Problem."

Songs

About This Album

Billy Currington employs playful Southern touches throughout Summer Forever. Album opener "Don't It" is a light-hearted, rollicking attempt to woo the opposite sex -- the pick-up lines come fast and furious, and one or two might be cute and clever enough to actually work! Elsewhere, Currington adds hints of R&B; "Good Night" makes the most of Jessie James Decker's soulful diva voice, while the title track has the kind of laid-back-but-fast-talking vibe that Sam Hunt does so well. Other highlights include "Do I Make You Wanna" and the cleverly titled "Drinkin' Town with a Football Problem."