You And The Beach

Album: Spring Break…Checkin' Out (2015)
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  • Luke Bryan penned this song with Dallas Davidson, Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip. The same quartet penned his "Spring Breakdown" single.
  • Bryan explained the song's meaning to Buzzfeed: "It's about this guy falling in love," he said, "but like every spring break everybody's gotta go back their own way."

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  • Dane from EarthThis is Luke Bryan’s true best song he sang. The most underrated song I have ever come across, it sacrifices no lyrical quality for its soulful melody and touching performance. Awesome. Funny how his most popular ones are the worst, in my opinion, and the least popular are the best, in terms of rating
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