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(AUDIO) Florida Georgia Line's Latest Sounds Like One Only They Could Have Written

July 14, 2013

Florida Georgia Line’s latest single, “’Round Here,” sounds like something the guys could have written, although it was actually written by Rodney Clawson, Chris Tompkins and Thomas Rhett. While the guys have proven they can write a hit song, Brian Kelly says, “We don’t ever want to put it on an album and there’s songs that you wanna skip and it’s just songs that we wrote that aren’t good enough to really make it but they fill the CD up. We said better is better is better if we hear a song that we didn’t write that, if you didn’t look at the liner notes and you wouldn’t think anything different, then that’s the songs we’re gonna cut.” Not to mention, “’Round Here” is just a great song. “It’s a cool anthem,” says Tyler. “Everybody seems to be diggin’ it and can relate to it. We fell in love with it the first time we heard it.” Plus, Brian adds, the song represents their motto in life, “Work hard play hard.”

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Florida Georgia Line – ‘Round Here :38

(Mike) “Tyler – “Uhhh, yeah, we’re excited, man. “’Round Here’ is a—it’s a cool anthem. Everybody seems to be diggin’ it and can relate to it. We fell in love with it the first time we heard it.”

Brian – “I remember where I was the first time I heard that song. I was driving my car. I think our manager sent it to us two years ago and we said if it was ever available we were gonna cut it. That’s kinda how we’ve been with outside songs. We don’t ever want to put it on an album and there’s songs that you wanna skip and it’s just songs that we wrote that aren’t good enough to really make it but they fill the CD up. We said better is better is better if we hear a song that we didn’t write that, if you didn’t look at the liner notes and you wouldn’t think anything different, then that’s the songs we’re gonna cut. It’s our life; work hard play hard.”

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