Album: Here's To The Good Times (2012)
Charted: 28
  • This heartbreaking power ballad finds the narrator's girl walking out on him. He is desperate to do anything he can to have her back in his life. Florida Georgia Line sing:

    "My heart's on my sleeve, but it's turning black (I guess I know what it feels like it to be alone)
    Without your touch I'm not gonna last (I know you know that I need you just to carry on)
    It feels like my walls are caving in (You'd always hold me before I left you hanging on)
    And I'll do anything to have you here again."

    The song was released as the fourth single from Here's to the Good Times on October 7, 2013.
  • The song was originally written and recorded by the American Rock band Black Stone Cherry for their 2011 album Between The Devil & The Deep Blue Sea.
  • The song topped the Billboard Country chart. It was Florida Georgia Lines's second #1, following their 24 week non-cumulative stay on top of the tally with "Cruise."

Comments: 1

  • Alex Kulak from Mesa, AzThat would explain why it sounds so much like a rock song, honestly the original sounds more country than FGL's version.
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