The Back Roads and the Back Row

Album: Cole Swindell (2014)
  • Swindell told Radio.com that this song tells the story of his life. "I grew up playing sports before I started singing," he recalled. "Friday nights we were on that football field, Saturday we might be riding some back roads, chasing girls. But Sunday morning we had our butts in church."

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