Cole Swindell and Lainey Wilson “Never Say Never” Song Review

Cole Swindell and Lainey Wilson have teamed up for a new single titled “Never Say Never” released on Thursday, November 18th. This duet marks the first time Swindell and Wilson have collaborated with one another.

Both Singer-songwriters have had quite a successful 2021. Swindell released his single ‘Some Habits” with rave reviews, and he toured with Thomas Rhett. Wilson scored herself one of the biggest songs of the year with “Things A Man Oughta Know,” and the release of her album Sayin’ What I’m Thinkin.’ Swindell has 10 No. 1 singles under his belt, the latest being “Single Saturday Night.” This duet marks Swindell’s 12th career single released to radio.

“Never Say Never” gives off the feeling of angst and passion while carrying a striking melody all the way through. Swindell and Wilson’s voices also blend together in what should be considered perfect harmony. The back and forth, the give and take within their voices align with the song’s emotions. The track is about continuously falling back into old patterns, and for someone else. “I told my momma, I told my friends, when it comes to her, when it comes to him, never again, last time was the last time, that time.”

A subject matter that has seen its fair share of time in country songs seems revamped by Swindell and Wilson. The line “It’s hell and it’s heaven with you” seems to be the best way to describe the emotionally charged feelings that often comes with relationships. The singers bring out their vocal abilities as the chorus builds the song. The drums kicking in the background indicate that this song would be just as great live as on the radio.

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