Drew Green Releases Wedding Ready Song, “The Rest of Our Lives”
Drew Green’s new song, “The Rest of Our Lives” is available everywhere you buy or stream music now, May 7th. Take a look below as we dig a little deeper into the swoon-worthy new track.
One of Sony Music Nashville’s newest signees, Drew Green is quickly becoming a fan-favorite in the genre. After releasing his debut EP Dirt Boy Vol. 1 back in September, fans got a taste of different sides of the charming and innovative singer-songwriter. Today, Green released a new song called “The Rest of Our Lives,” an epic love song that will have you swooning after just one listen.
One of the most heartfelt songs to be released this year, Green leaves it all on the line in his brand new love song, “The Rest of Our Lives.” The song is definitely a future wedding anthem and for good reason. The poetic track is all about love conquering all and how lucky we are to be with our person for the rest of our lives.
“Here’s to forever // the rest of our lives // to me being yours // and you being mine // counting the pennies, wishing for dimes // Here’s to a love that money can’t buy // Here’s to forgiveness if we have a fight // whatever it is, it’ll be alright // As long as you love me and I love you // Girl here’s to the rest of our lives”
For fans who have not yet discovered Green, this is the song that’s going to make them stop and listen. “The Rest of Our Lives” is as good as any song on the charts right now, feeling reminiscent of artists like Luke Combs and Thomas Rhett. We love this song, and we’re excited to see it take off!
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“The Rest of Our Lives” 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.