Listen to Luke Bryan’s Brand-New Single, “Light It Up” + Check Out the Lyrics

Listen to Luke Bryan’s Brand-New Single, “Light It Up” + Check Out the Lyrics

The wait for new music from Luke Bryan is over.

Today (Aug. 23), Luke released his new single, “Light It Up,” which is the first single from his upcoming sixth studio album due later this year.

Luke had not released new music since his single, “Fast,” in November 2016, which became the sixth song from his 2015 album, Kill the Lights, to reach No. 1.

“Light It Up,” which was co-penned by Luke and Old Dominion’s Brad Tursi, will look to become the 19th No. 1 single of Luke’s career.

The tune focuses on the singer’s unrequited love for a girl as he beckons her to “light it up,” a reference to calling him back on the phone.

Listen to the new tune below.

 

“Light It Up”
Written by Luke Bryan and Brad Tursi
Produced by Jeff Stevens & Jody Stevens

I open my eyes, reach for the phone
Not a word from you baby
It don’t leave my sight since we had that fight
Can’t remember but maybe I blew you up
In the middle of the night again
You were drinking with your friends
You ignored it but you got it

Chorus:
I get so neurotic about it baby
‘Cause I know you’re reading your phone
I can’t help from going crazy
Thinking you might not be all alone
I wake up, I check it
I shower and I check it
I feel the buzz in my truck
And I almost wreck it
I always got it on me
Just in case you want me
So, if you’re looking for my love
Then light it up

Every time I unlock my screen
I hope I see one of them red lipstick ‘I miss you’ pictures
I’m on your clock, you’re in control
You want me now baby go figure
My worlds at the tips of your fingers

Repeat Chorus

Yeah baby, light it up

I go to sleep, I check it
In the middle of the night, I check it
I feel the buzz in my bed
And I don’t get no rest
I always got it on me
Just in case you want me
So, if you’re looking for my love
Then light it up

Yeah baby, light it up

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