Cole Swindell Streams Sentimental New Song 'Stars'
"You wish on 'em/Party underneath 'em/Way out there where it's easy to see 'em/Stars," Swindell sings in the opening. But if you think this is Swindell's poetic musings on those twinkling lights above, think again.
The romantic ballad, grounded in country-leaning guitar, finds Swindell dancing with his lady out underneath the night sky, and comparing the way she makes him feel to the lights overhead. "You stare at 'em/Swear if you can reach 'em/You'd give her one/Cuz she's got you seeing/Stars/Since that night she stole your heart," he sings.
Swindell doubled down and released a bonus video with the single, which finds him singing against a sparkling city skyline. Check it out here.
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