Old Dominion looks at the one who got away
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Old Dominion looks at the one who got away

Monday, April 17, 2023 – Old Dominion, today announced that "I Should Have Married You," will be out on April 21 via Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville.

The track was written and produced by Old Dominion's Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Sprung and Brad Tursi alongside award-winning songwriter Shane McAnally. The song is presumably on the group's upcoming album.

"There must be a lot of people out there that either need to hear this or need to say it," said frontman Ramsey. "If you dance hard enough and sing loud enough, maybe the regret will go away. So crank up 'I Should Have Married You' this Friday - and thank you for hounding us about this one since we teased it a few months ago."

The song takes listeners through the story of the one who got away and the regret that still weighs heavy long after the relationship has ended.

"That's just the way it goes
I should have seen it through
I should have let you know
I should have said I do
Back when I still had the chance, yeah
I should have married you"

After a stop in the desert for a performance at Stagecoach Festival later this month, the band will pick up the No Bad Vibes Tour in Savannah, Ga. at the Enmarket Arena on May 5.

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