Too Much You for Me

Album: Old Boots, New Dirt (2014)
  • This Brian Davis penned song is about one of the toughest parts of going through a breakup in a small town. Aldean explained: "Seeing little reminders of your ex everywhere you turn, lurking around every corner, constantly reopening those wounds."

    "Anyone who's been there knows how hard that is," he added, "and how all you want to do is get as far away as you possibly can."

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