Like We Ain't Ever

Album: Spring Break 6…Like We Ain't Ever (2014)

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  • The title track of Luke Bryan's Spring Break 6…Like We Ain't Ever EP comes from a phrase he probably heard during his college years. "You've heard the saying, 'Let's party tonight like we ain't ever,' and that's kind of the basis of it," Bryan said. "I'd originally just written the song just casually as a party song, and we had some summertime references in there, so we just changed the summertime stuff into springtime stuff and made it a fun Spring Break song."

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