Justin Moore has been a mainstay in country music for over ten years now, consistently releasing hit songs that relate strongly to the country audience. As an Arkansas native, Moore is a natural at singing songs celebrating the country life, but he has also been known to sing about deeper topics of love, loss, relationships, and God. Moore has a knack for writing and singing rowdy songs celebrating the country life, but the singer is no stranger to more emotional tunes. In the ideal world Moore creates in the song, visiting Heaven would be as simple as packing up the kids, jumping in the car, and taking a day trip. He sings about catching up with his late grandfather and seeing his dog again, but he also mentions the possibility of chatting with late musicians such as Hank Williams and Janis Joplin. While the song is about a sad topic, the feeling of the tune is generally bittersweet and ends on a positive note. All of these traits, or lack there of, lead Moore to believe that his girlfriend will come running back to him, a true country boy. The music video switches between Moore singing in his cowboy hat and the new love interest attending a swanky function.
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Click on photo to download high resolution version All rights reserved. Photos are for editorial use only. Justin Moore - Why We Drink. Download Hi-Res. Moore knows a thing or two about hit records himself. After signing to The Valory Music Co. Despite the stardom, Moore remained devoted to the simple things in life, treasuring his relationship with his wife and four kids and even taking time out from his relentless tour schedule to coach their basketball and softball teams.
Moore began performing during his junior year of high school. Borchetta promised to give him a record deal if he would be patient. This promotion placed his music on social networking sites such as MySpace and iLike , where fans were allowed to create playlists comprising ten of his songs; the Top 10 songs picked were then included on the final album. On August 11, the label released his self-titled debut album, on which he co-wrote nine of the ten tracks. It became his second Top 10 hit with a peak of No. Justin Moore's rendition debuted at 46 on the Hot Country songs chart. In June , the song became his third Top 10 hit on that chart and three weeks later, it became his second Number One. The song serves as the lead-off single to his album Outlaws Like Me , which was released on June 21, The album, entitled Off the Beaten Path , was released on September 17, Just like Moore himself, Rhett and Gilbert are also signed to Valory.