Luke Combs Teases Studio Version Of Unreleased Song, “Used To Wish I Was”

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Jeremy Cowart

Not gonna lie, I’m pretty pumped for LC3.

Last month, Luke Combs officially announced that his third career studio album, Growing Upwould be coming on June 24th. And while the trend lately seems to be releasing these 30 song double albums, Luke is keeping OG with twelve tracks, including a duet with the great Miranda Lambert.

One of those twelve is a little number titled, “Used To Wish I Was,” one of my all-time favorite unreleased Luke Combs tracks.

And today, Luke gave us a little teaser of the studio version, announcing that the song would be out on the 24th with the rest of the album.

Reminiscent of fellow North Carolina native Eric Church and his Sinners Like Me track “What I Almost Was,” this one is a reflective look back at all things you thought you wanted to do with your life.

Most of the time it never turns out the way you planned, but if you’re lucky, you wouldn’t change a thing.

Then again, if you’re Luke Combs with 13 straight #1 singles, playing football stadiums, got your firstborn son on the way… you wouldn’t change a DAMN thing.

Here’s a full acoustic version:

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