Flip Flops

Album: Southern Gravity (2015)
  • A track from Kristian Bush's debut solo album, this represents the Sugarland multi-instrumentalist's first ever drinking song. "I'm very excited about it," he told The Boot. "I also think that maybe I ought to have some of my country music awards revoked because it took me this long to write a drinking song. But, better late than never - you always say that at a bar about drinking."
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