Luke Combs Releases Acoustic “Cold As You” In Weekly Series

Luke Combs released an acoustic version of “Cold As You” from his upcoming What You See Ain’t Always What You Get Deluxe album. Every Monday over the past three weeks, Combs has taken to social media to perform an acoustic snippet of a new track from the album in a new Weekly Series until its official release on October 23rd. Watch “Cold As You” below:

“Cold As You” is a song about the type of bar that helps mend broken hearts. Combs paints the picture of the ambiance, like how “Whiskey River” is playing on the jukebox, how the bathrooms stalls are covered in phone numbers, but most importantly, how the beer they serve is almost as cold as the one who left them.

Good-time numbers on the stall door / Picture of you on the dartboard / Them cinderblock walls ain’t ever been cleaned / Still not as dirty as you done me

Luke Combs Lovin' On You Number One

Photo via Luke Combs on Facebook

Over the next two Mondays, Combs will debut “My Kinda Folk,” and a fan-favorite song he has previously performed live “Forever After All.”

Fans can join our Weekly Round-Up e-newsletter here, for the latest in country music and more news about the upcoming Luke Combs release in the coming weeks.

To keep up with Luke Combs, you can follow him on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook.

 

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