Cole Swindell Shares New Song “Forever To Me”

Cole Swindell’s new song, “Forever To Me” is out now, April 12th, on all streaming platforms. Listen to the brand new track below.

Cole Swindell is in love, and he is sharing his happiness with the world.

Written by Swindell, Greylan James, and Rocky Block, “Forever To Me” is a ballad sharing the singer’s love for his fiancée Courtney Little. He shares how she is an answered prayer after he waited patiently for a special someone to come into his life. Painting a beautiful picture of how they met and their engagement you can tell how in love the Georgia Native is.

Swindell and Little met several years ago at a Nascar event as Little works for Monster energy. They exchanged numbers but were just friends. They reconnected when the award-winning singer cast Little in his “Some Habits” video marking that as their first date. And the rest is history.

“She gave 18 summers to Carolina\ Spent a few more wild and free\ Gave a long shot a chance\ To a Georgia boy in Tennessee\ I gave a promise to her daddy\ And a grass stain to my knee\ I mighta gave her the diamond\ But she gave forever to me.

This is Swindell’s second personal song in a row as “Forever to Me” follows his single “3 Feet Tall” where he opened up about watching divorce unfold through a child’s perspective. He sure isn’t shying away from showing his vulnerable side. It really gives his fans a chance to connect with his experiences and see him as relatable and not just as a famous artist. 


Cole Swindell shares new song, “Forever To Me,” out now on all streaming platforms.

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“Forever To Me” is now available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.