In Case You Don't Remember

Album: They Don't Know (2016)
  • This John Dee Edwards, Tully Kennedy, Steve Pasch and Brian White penned nostalgic tune finds Aldean trying to to re-ignite a spark with a longtime love. The singer explained in a video what drew him to the track. "I I love that nostalgic-type song, and this is one of them; it's looking back on young love, being at Spring Break and things like that," he said. "I love songs that do that; I love songs that go back and have that nostalgic feel about it."

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