Young wonders "What She Sees In Me" ?
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Young wonders "What She Sees In Me" ?

Friday, March 8, 2024 – Chris Young released the romantic "What She Sees In Me" today, ahead of his upcoming album, "Young Love & Saturday Nights," on March 22 on Sony Music Nashville.

Produced by Young and written by Young with Christian Davis Stalnecker, Kyle Fishman, Ray Fulcher and Josh Hoge, the lyrics include:
Now, I get to see how pretty she is when she wakes up I
get to see how perfect she is with no makeup
I can see us twenty years from now on an old porch swing
I still see her in every dream
I can see her faith when it gets tough
I can see her grace when I mess up
I can see how far she is out of my league

But I still can't see what she sees in me What she sees in me

The official music video for "What She Sees In Me" was directed by Running Bear's Alexia Stone and Stephen Kinigopoulos, HERE.

At 18 songs, Young helped write 15 of the upcoming album's 18 sides and is the sole producer on three songs. He shares co-producer credits with longtime creative partners, Chris DeStefano and Corey Crowder. Led by the top 30 and rising title track "Young Love & Saturday Nights," written by Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley and Josh Thompson with a posthumous songwriting credit to David Bowie, the project is Young's first new album since 2021's Famous Friends. The forthcoming record also includes previously released sides, "Right Now," "Double Down," "Looking For You" and "All Dogs Go To Heaven."

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