Luke Bryan debuted another song from his highly-anticipated new album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here, on Friday (June 12) with the release of the emotion-filled new song “Build Me A Daddy.”
“I’ve played this song for a lot of my hardcore buddies and it chokes them up. I think that’s the beauty of country music, to really make you feel emotional,” Bryan said in a tweet about the song.
It is sure to make even the toughest tear-up as Bryan sings in the emotion-filled chorus:
“Could you build me a daddy?
Strong as Superman
Make him ten feet tall, with a southern drawl and a crooked smile if you can
‘Cause I sure miss him
Maybe you could bring him back?
If I walked in with him, it’d sure make momma happy
If you could build me a daddy.”
“There are people out there who are going to really, really relate to this song and it’s going to affect them in a beautiful way,” said Bryan about the new song.
“Build Me A Daddy” was written by Jake Mitchell, Josh Thompson and Brett Tyler.
The song is the 6th track on Bryan’s upcoming album, which is the follow-up to his 2017 release of What Makes You Country. Born Here, Live Here, Die Here was originally scheduled to debut on April 24 but due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Bryan decided to push back the release till August 7. You can PREORDER the new album HERE.
Bryan recently was named one of the 100 highest-paid celebrities by Forbes’ Magazine.