Dylan Scott‘s teased-about new track, “I’ll Be a Bartender,” has arrived.
The uptempo love song was written by Rocky Block, John Byron, Grady Block and Jordan Dozzi, and it chronicles Dylan’s wish to be there for a heartbroken girl.
“I’ll be a bartender, stir it on up/ Mix some move-on up in your cup/ And be your broken heart mender, make it alright/ Put some bourbon in your hurtin’ on ice/ I ain’t got the neon, or smoke in a room/ But if you need a drink as bad as I need you/ Baby, I’ll be a bartender,” Dylan sings in the pop-country driven chorus.
“So happy to give y’all another song to blow your speakers to! Grab your favorite drink and jam out to ‘I’ll Be A Bartender’ out now!” he shares on X, formerly known as Twitter.
“I’ll Be a Bartender” follows Dylan’s EP, This Town’s Been Good to Us, which dropped in June. The six-song set includes his current single, “Can’t Have Mine (Find You a Girl),” which is #8 on the country charts.
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