Bring You Back

Album: Bring You Back (2013)
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  • This Ross Copperman and Heather Morgan penned track was the only song on Brett Eldredge's debut album that he didn't co-write, but it ended up being the title track. "When a song hits you like 'Bring You Back,' there's no way you can't not record it," he told Radio.com.

    "It's been such a journey to get to this point," Eldredge added. "I moved to Nashville seven years ago and didn't know anybody. I started knocking on doors and writing songs with anybody I could, trying to figure it out. Fighting the fight and people turning you away and closing the door in your face. That's the way it is in that town and that's the way it is in the music business."

    "In that period, I brought myself back around to remembering that fight I had in me and that drive I had when I first got to town and I didn't know any better," he continued. "I was like, 'This is still worth doing, you've got to do this.' And that's why I called this album Bring You Back."
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