Girl Rewrites Cole Swindell’s Heartfelt “Break Up In The End,” Telling The Girl’s Side Of The Story

She’s back.

We’ve featured Elle Mears a few times on Whiskey Riff. She has a knack for talking a popular country music hit and rewriting the lyrics to tell the story from a different perspective. Her bride’s cover of Thomas Rhett’s “Marry Me” went viral, prompting her to release a studio version, and her cover of Lee Brice’s “Boy” tells the story from a mother/daughter view, instead of Lee’s father/son narrative.

Her latest performance takes Cole Swindell’s Grammy nominated hit “Break Up In The End,” and tells the girl’s side of the story.

A beer bottle on a dock


A beer bottle on a dock