Luke Combs has been recording his third album in Nashville and he just shared a new song called “See Me Now” that will be on the project.
Last night (3/25), Luke shared a clip of him performing the new song on Twitter saying, “Y’all wanted an album 3 preview, so here’s a little sneak peek. This one’s called ‘See Me Now’ – written with @callme_raymond, @Jamesmcnmusic, and @kentonbryant. Hope y’all love it.”
The new song’s lyrics include, “You walked in pulled up a chair in the kitchen / poured a little something for some sippin’ and said tell me ’bout all the things that I’ve been missin’ / we’d be trashing the price of gas and politicians / put a hurtin’ on that old Gibson / and I could tell you about all the life I’ve been livin’ / I’d like to think you’d be the proudest guy in town / If I could see you, see me now,” Combs sings during the chorus of the unreleased track.
Y’all wanted an album 3 preview, so here’s a little sneak peek. This one’s called “See Me Now” - written with @callme_raymond, @Jamesmcnmusic, and @kentonbryant. Hope y’all love it. pic.twitter.com/7kxxSZkVq7— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) March 26, 2021