Here's to the Good Times

Album: Here's To The Good Times (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins and Lynn Hutton penned song is the title track of Florida Georgia Line's debut album. The song's subject matter of enjoying life sums up what they bring to the table. "There are some love songs, some ballads, and some songs about life, and then there are the songs that just rock it," said FGL's Brian Kelley about the LP. "It's going to make you feel some kind of emotion whether it makes you want to drink a beer, cry, reminisce, get back with your girl, whatever it is."

Comments: 1

  • Breck from Georgia UsaHow many songs reference dropping the top on a Pontiac?? Just a feel good song with a fun guitar riff in between.

    Makes me think of hot summer nights in front of the oceanside....
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