Hide The Wine

Album: Every Little Thing (2017)

Songfacts®:

  • A sassy Carly Pearce sings on this Hillary Lindsey, Luke Laird and Ashley Gorley-penned song about avoiding the things that may lead to temptation when her ex comes back into town and shows up at her door. Among the items she thinks its better to hide away is "the Two-Buck Chuck" brand of bargain-priced wine.

    "Everyone knows how much I love red wine, and I fell in love with this song the first time I heard it," Carly Pearce said. "'Hide The Wine' brings me back to my bluegrass roots with its swampy, funky vibe and a little bit of attitude, so I think it's great for people to hear from me after the sadness of 'Every Little Thing' and 'If My Name Was Whiskey.'"

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