Cody Johnson’s song “‘Til You Can’t” has been doing some numbers, since he released it in June as the lead single for his double album, Human.
The inspirational song about perseverance and the little things that matter the most, quickly became the most popular song on Human, and even his most popular song to date.
Written by Ben Stennis and Matt Rogers, “‘Til You Can’t” also went number one on the US Hot Country Songs, US Country Airplay, and Canada Country charts.
With that being said, the former rodeo cowboy turned country singer just released a stripped down acoustic version of the song, live from the hallowed ground of the Ryman Auditorium.
Now there’s one thing for certain about CoJo, and it’s that his acoustic versions just might be as good, if not better than the studio versions. No bells and whistles, just damn good country music.
We’ve seen it with his acoustic renditions of “Dear Rodeo,” “On My Way To You,” the Dixie Chick’s “Travelin’ Soldier,” and Gary Stewart’s “She’s Acting Single.”
Check it out: