Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard released a new single together.
“Undivided” was released Wednesday at midnight, and in lyrics, musicians call for people to unity, despite their race, political beliefs and religion. The song’s release comes at a time of rising tensions among Americans following last week’s uprising at the US Capitol.
“I think it’s time to get together / You and I can change / Maybe we can make a difference / make the world a better place / look around and love someone / we hate anyone.” Long enough / Let the good masters reunite. We are up to this country that we love, there is no separation. ”
Hubbard announced on Instagram that he wrote and produced this song.
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“Cheers for looking at all humanity with love, kindness, care and grace. Thank God for this song and this message. Thank you. @thetimmcgraw For believing in this song and asking me to present it too.Thanks to the whole team and My brother @coreycrowder and @chrisloockeguitar For helping me write and produce this, I am very honored. “Hubbard, one half of the Florida Georgia Line, with Brian Kelly said.
McGraw, 53, shared the link to the song on Twitter ahead of the release.
“When will we start seeing it from someone else̵7;s eyes?” McGraw wrote.
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According to Radio.com, Hubbard co-wrote the song with guitarist Chris Loocke on the Florida Georgia Line tour bus.At the time, the artist was under detention after testing positive for COVID-19.
Hubbard called his time working on the song “special” despite being 12 days away from his family.
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“I definitely miss my family. It was way harder for my wife,” he said. “She was in the house chasing the babies around while I was going to have a party on the tour bus. But for the most part, it’s a very special and inspiring moment. ”
Hubbard went on to say that he believed the song was “What we all want right now”
“It is also a responsibility for us if we are going to sing this song and this is our message, we have to live it, we have to look around and love people, we have to let God control and guide us. Hubbard told the outlet.
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“You go to church or go to hell / find work or go to jail / I just hope we don’t think so / Why all white or all black and when we gon ‘learn to try on their shoes? Someone sometimes when we gon ‘start seeing from other people’s eyes? “
The release of “Undivided” comes just a week after Hubbard and Florida Georgia Line co-star Brian Kelley confirmed they would be releasing a single. But not break up yet