From hunting, to fishing, to watching college football with his dad and grandaddy, Riley recounts all of their special memories together from growing up until this point in his adult life.
As the song goes on, he imagines what it will be like when he gets to do the same things when he has a son of his own one day.
And as you can imagine, he got a big reaction from the Alabama crowd when he sang the part about watching “Alabama beat the hell out of Tennessee” when he first debuted it, and I’m sure the whole song will continue to play well at his live shows (outside of the Volunteer state, of course).
He previously included a live version from a concert in Huntsville, Alabama, on his We Out Here: Live album, and released the studio cut as a single in May.
But like I always say, there’s just somethin’ about a country song in it’s purest form that cannot be beat: