"Do you hear that, I'm right back
At the sound of lonely calling
Do you hear that, It's where I'm at
It's the sound of teardrops falling down, down
A slamming door and a lesson learned
I let another love crash and burn."
It's no "He Stopped Loving Me Today" (George Jones), but it is much improved from his earlier singles. It is about a breakup, a failed relationship, instead of a quick one night stand.
More funky, Bruno Mars-esqe than George Strait, but this is also one of the only non-bro-country songs Rhett has ever put out. Traditional country production should not be a trade off for decent lyrics, but if this is what country music has come too, I'd prefer better lyrics over ultra-country production any day.
Overall rating: 3 and a half crowns