Combs unveils two more new songs
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Combs unveils two more new songs

Wednesday, May 6, 2020

The ever prolific Luke Combs unveiled two new songs at his latest livestream tonight.

Combs, who performed from his home, sang "Tomorrow Me" and "Cold As You." The former was a love ballad. He wrote the song with Ray Fulcher, with whom he has previously collaborated, and Dean Dillon.

As for "Cold As You," "I had the pleasure of playing the Grand Ole Opry about two weeks ago, and it was really weird because nobody was there except me and my buddy Craig Morgan. I played a little bit of this thing. And I know some of you guys have been asking to hear the whole thing. I' m going to play this thing to the best of my abilities. I never played this thing all the way through.,"

Combs offers gritty vocals especially on the chorus. Lyrics include:"This broke heart fool on an old bar stool / Drinkin' beer almost as cold as you."

During the 25-minute broadcast, Combs said he had spent a chunk of time during the COVID-19 isolation writing a number of new songs. He previously unveiled "Six Feet Apart" about physical distancing during COVID-19 and then released it.

Combs appeared during the broadcast with his fiance, Nicole. The two of them took questions from fans about how they spent their time in recent weeks and what they missed as a result. Combs said he missed the regular aspects of his pre-COVID life. He said he had spent his time in recent weeks hunting for turkeys and fishing.


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