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Morgan Wallen and Ernest just dropped an acoustic version of their steel-soaked country heartbreaker, “Flower Shops,” just in time for Valentine’s Day.
Written by Ernest, Ben Burgess, and Mark Holman, the song was inspired by George Jones’ classic “A Good Year For The Roses,” and this acoustic version just takes it to another level.
I’ve said it before, but Morgan’s voice always sounds so much better with an acoustic backing to me (like in his Dangerous Sessions series), and this is no exception.
I have to say, I miss the sweet sound of that steel, but if you liked the original studio version, you’ll love this rendition too:
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