Tyler Hubbard, Thomas Rhett and Russell Dickerson; Photo Courtesy of Instagram
Tyler Hubbard, Thomas Rhett and Russell Dickerson; Photo Courtesy of Instagram

Thomas Rhett, Tyler Hubbard and Russell Dickerson Tease New Song “Death Row,” Based On A “True Story”

Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard and Russell Dickerson are teasing fans with a new song that is presumably called “Death Row,” with individual videos that the country singers shared to social media.

Rhett and Hubbard’s video clips were shared simultaneously on Instagram on Friday (Aug. 14), while Dickerson’s clip was shared on Sunday (Aug. 16).

It seems that Rhett, Hubbard and Dickerson may have went and visited some prison inmates on death row recently to play them some music that they thought the inmates would know, which resulted in a breathtaking song about the emotional encounter.

The superstar trio of artists shared what seems like their own verses of the powerful track, however it has not yet been revealed if the song is going to be a collaboration or if the artists co-wrote the track together for one of them to release on their own.

The song is said to based on a “true story” and Rhett says that he “can’t wait for people to hear this song and the story behind it,” while Hubbard said it’s “a memory I’ll never forget.”

Below are the aforementioned videos of each of the artists along with the lyrics that the artist sings within the video.

THOMAS RHETT:

Just last week, I went to prison
To see some boys down on death row
I brought some guitars and my buddies
To play some songs we thought they’d know
I could feel myself trembling
When I shook one of their hands
I thought that he would be a monster
Turns out he’s a whole lot like I am
We talked hunting, we talked fishing, like I do with the boys back home
How Jesus is the ticket, and narrow is the road
About how all we need is forgiveness, before we see them streets of gold
Yeah, I learned a lot about livin’ from those boys down on death row.

TYLER HUBBARD:

One of them’s name is Johnny
Ain’t touched the grass in 30 years
Maybe I ain’t supposed to feel sorry
But it about brought me to tears
Then it hit me, we’re all human
Ain’t always proud of what we’ve done
Everybody’s days are numbered
Only difference is they all know which one
We talked hunting, we talked fishing, like I do with the boys back home
How Jesus is the ticket, and narrow is the road
About how we all need forgiveness, before we see them streets of gold
Yeah, I learned a lot about livin’ from those boys down on death row.

RUSSELL DICKERSON:

One of them sang amazing grace, how sweet the sound.
With One hand raised and one foot chained to the ground
Yeah he sang like he knew he just been found
That next week they laid him six feet down
I can’t say that he’s in Heaven, who am I to judge his soul
But Jesus don’t play favorites, ain’t a name he don’t know
I learn that and then some from them boys down on death row.

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