What You Wanna Hear

Album: Where It's At (2014)
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  • This Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip and Ashley Gorley penned song is one Lynch very much relates to. "I'm definitely a down home guy," said the singer. "If I have a day off, I'm driving the country roads just chillin' out or going home to turkey hunt and going fishing on the river. Lyrically I relate to that song because it's what I do and musically it's so catchy."

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