Luke Combs has officially released his quarantine anthem "Six Feet Apart" after previously premiering the tune during an at-home concert livestream last month.
"My new song 'Six Feet Apart' just came out this morning," Combs said Friday in a Twitter video. "I hope you guys enjoy it. I hope you guys are doing well. I can't wait to see you on the road hopefully really soon."
He added in a tweet that the track is about "everything going on, what it has me missing, and things I’m looking forward to. Hope y’all can relate and reminds y’all there will be light after the dark."
Combs co-wrote "Six Feet Apart" with Brent Cobb and Rob Snyder, featuring relatable lyrics like "I miss my mom / I miss my dad / I miss the road / I miss my band / Giving hugs and shaking hands / It’s a mystery, I suppose / Just how long this thing goes / There’ll be crowds and there’ll be shows / And there will be light after dark / Someday, when we aren’t six feet apart.”
Out now: “Six Feet Apart” - a song about everything going on, what it has me missing, and things I’m looking forward to. Hope y’all can relate and reminds y’all there will be light after the dark.— Luke Combs ???? (@lukecombs) May 1, 2020
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