Chris Young Drops Piano-Driven Version of Top 40 Single, “Drowning” [Listen]

Chris Young Drops Piano-Driven Version of Top 40 Single, “Drowning” [Listen]

Chris Young dropped a piano-driven version of his current Top 40 single, “Drowning.”

Co-penned by Chris, Corey Crowder and Josh Hoge, “Drowning” was partly inspired by the death of Chris’ close friend, Adam Carnes, and features lyrics: “So tonight I’m gonna pull out pictures, ones with you in ’em / Laugh and cry a little while reminiscing / By myself, I can’t help that all I think about is / How you were taken way too soon / It ain’t the same here without you / I gotta say, missing you comes in waves / And tonight I’m drowning”

“I actually wrote this song with two of my really good friends, Corey Crowder and Josh Hoge,” says Chris. “All of us were writing to that hook, which Corey actually brought in that day, and we just all thought that it was an amazing idea and it was something that was gonna touch pretty much anybody that has ever lost anyone. I actually wrote it about a friend of mine, Adam, who passed away many years ago. It’s just a really, really special song to me and I hope it really touches a lot of people.”

“Drowning” follows the release of Chris’ Top 5 hit “Raised on Country.” Listen to the piano-driven version of “Drowning” below.

photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.com

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