Walker McGuire, ‘Til Tomorrow’ [Listen]
New country duo Walker McGuire sing to the brokenhearted on their debut single, "Til Tomorrow."
It's a classic breakup song, soaking in the support of friends on a Saturday night out to get over the ones who broke their heart — at least for a little while. The track was tailor-made for modern day country radio with its pain-filled lyrics that listeners are bound to gravitate to, along with a fitting melody.
Johnny McGuire and Jordan Walker prove themselves to be promising vocalists, showing off a sense of strength while crooning, "I’m having the time of my life / Hell I may just stay out all damn night / You think I’m drowning in my sorrows / But I swear I’ll never love you again ... til tomorrow."
"Til Tomorrow" makes it clear that the duo will fit perfectly into today's country landscape, satisfying the genre's audience with their smooth vocals, contemporary country twang and lyrics that make for a good old-fashioned country song.
Did You Know?: Jordan Walker is from Vernon, Texas and Walker McGuire formed after the guys performed at the same open mic night in Nashville.
Listen to Walker McGuire, "Til Tomorrow"
Walker McGuire's "Til Tomorrow" Lyrics:
It’s good to be out again, good to see all my friends / I had to get out of that house / Cause feeling sorry for myself, wasn’t working out so well / Awe but baby look at me now / Well it took three months but better late than never / And to think I thought I would hurt forever.
But baby tonight I’m alright yeah I finally got you off my mind / I’m not here fighting back tears / I’m having the time of my life / Hell I may just stay out all damn night / You think I’m drowning in my sorrows / But I swear i’ll never love you again til tomorrow.
The hangover I’ll go through, won’t have nothing on you / So bartender, how ’bout another round? / Yeah, I know that I’m ignoring all the warnings / But I’ll worry about the morning in the morning.
When this temporary whiskey fix is over / And it dawns on me that I need you when I'm sober / So maybe you’re right, it’s time / To get over you and get on with my life.
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