Since this past Friday, I don’t think I’ve listened to anything else, and hell, there’s only five songs on it. And while I’m pretty partial to “Behind The Times,” as far as songs from the new EP go, Riley Green could’ve thrown a dart anywhere at the tracklist and found himself a hit.
So now, to follow up fan favorite “I Wish Grandpas Never Dies,” Riley will be sending the title track from the new EP, “If It Wasn’t For Trucks,” to country radio as his next single.
Truck songs are a dime a dozen in country music, but few can resonate like this one will. And few should.
Here’s the chorus:
“Where would I have raised all that hell? Talked to God all by myself How would I have got to Tennessee? Without a bucket seat? Where was I supposed to cry that July day granddaddy died? Or haul that deer, drink that beer Fell in and out of love If it wasn’t for trucks.”
In the world of “Truck Yeahs” and every other shitty truck song out there… be a “If It Wasn’t For Trucks.”
“If It Wasn’t For Trucks” is set to impact country radio on October 12th.