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Album: Yet to be titled (2019)
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  • Written by Nicolle Galyon, Mark Trussell, and Stephen Lee Olsen, this laid-back summertime song paints a picture of a man totally enamored by his love interest.

    I've been paying close attention to your details

    Nothing escapes Currington's adoring eye. From the way "you're tongue-tied when you mix wine" to "every brown sugar freckle that the Lord put on ya," he adores "every 5'7, 3/8 inches" of his girlfriend. Everything else seems to fade into the background when she is around.
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