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Easton Corbin


Easton Corbin
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  • CD1: 1. Roll With It
  • CD1: 2. A Little More Country Than That
  • CD1: 3. This Far From Memphis
  • CD1: 4. The Way Love Looks
  • CD1: 5. Someday When I'm Old
  • CD1: 6. Don't Ask Me 'Bout A Woman
  • CD1: 7. I Can't Love You Back
  • CD1: 8. A Lot To Learn About Livin'
  • CD1: 9. Let Alone You
  • CD1: 10. That'll Make Me Wanna Drink
  • CD1: 11. Leavin' A Lonely Town

Easton Corbin

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“ROLL WITH IT”
Tony Lane is one of my favorite writers. I can imagine listening to this song just floatin’ down the river on the boat on a Saturday. It’s just a fun, upbeat, happy song.

“A LITTLE MORE COUNTRY THAN THAT”
Even though I didn’t write it, this song identifies who I am. It shows character and that’s important where I’m from. You learn to say ‘yes, ma’am’ and ‘no, sir,’ and to open doors for the ladies.

“THIS FAR FROM MEMPHIS”
We took a trip out to Colorado and this is the first song we wrote out there. I came up with the melody here at home and Carson had the idea ‘I never knew the blues could get this far from Memphis’. I’ve always liked traveling songs.

“THE WAY LOVE LOOKS”
It’s just a fun, upbeat song that’s cool and kind of quirky. I love the line ‘when you beg and plead to go fishing with me and I have to bait your hook,’ because that’s what happens when I take my wife fishing. She likes to catch fish, but I have to put the bait on and take it off the hook.

“SOMEDAY WHEN I’M OLD”
This song is different and unique. I just thought it was a great song when I heard it. It’s really powerful. It makes a young person look at how they might feel in 40 years when they have kids and grandkids.

“DON’T ASK ME ABOUT A WOMAN”
I feel like everybody can relate to this. It reminds me of sitting there with my grandpa and him talking about my granny. It has a great hook and warm message.

“I CAN’T LOVE YOU BACK”
When I heard the melody, I thought ‘that’s a hit’. The song can mean different things for different people. She could have died, she could have left him—people can interpret it the way they feel.

“A LOT TO LEARN ABOUT LIVIN’”
A lot of times I look at songs in terms of how they would sound if I were out riding around on a Friday or Saturday night or sitting on my boat on the river. What would I listen to? This kind of song.

“LET ALONE YOU”
It sounds like something George Strait would cut. I love the melody and it’s got a really big chorus. I love how it really builds up and stays there.

“THAT’LL MAKE YOU WANNA DRINK”
Jimmy came up with the idea ‘that’d make you wanna drink’. We started it but didn’t finish, and then I brought Carson in on it. It’s about things you’d see in a bar room.

“LEAVIN’ A LONELY TOWN”
This was the last song we wrote out in Colorado. We went out to eat and got home and decided to write one more song. I describe this as a cross between George Jones and Steve Earle. I like the lonesome feel. I can imagine this song as a black and white movie.

Complete List of Easton Corbin Albums