Here We Come

Album: Current Mood (2017)
  • Penned by Dustin Lynch with Zach Crowell and Jon Nite, this EDM-infused tune drew inspiration from a TV that was sitting above one of the writer's heads. Lynch recalled to Billboard magazine:

    "There was a NFL game going on, and it was the pre-game show with a lot of the game highlights, and I said 'Why don't we write a song that could be on one of those? That's what we ended up with. It's a high-octane type of night opening song to get you pumped up and get your blood moving."


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