Undiscovered: 7 Thomas Rhett Songs We Think You’ll Love

In honor of Thomas Rhett’s birthday today, we are highlighting seven of his songs we think you’ll fall in love with.

1- “Beer With Jesus

“Beer With Jesus”, is a single from early on in Rhett’s career (2012) and it continues to be a fan-favorite. The hidden gem from his debut album was co-written by Rhett himself alongside Rick Huckaby and Lance Miller. The track reflects on life and the lyrics tell the story of a perfect balance of deep questions and light humor.

2- “Some People Do” (recorded by Old Dominion)

This track was co-written by Rhett alongside Nashville powerhouses Shane McAnally, Jesse Frasure and Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey. Rhett had wanted to put the song on his most recent album Centerpoint Road but ultimately allowed Matthew Ramsey to hold it for Old Dominion. The heartbreak ballad begs the listener for undeserving forgiveness.

3- “Growing Up” 

One of 11 new songs off his upcoming album Country Again: Side A, slated for release on April 30th, Rhett is setting the tone of his new project with this one and fans couldn’t be more excited. “Growing Up” was written by Josh Miller, Josh Thompson, Matt Dragstrem and Thomas Rhett.

4- “Want It Again

Another new track, this song tells the story of a heartbroken man waiting for his ex to want him back. The stripped-back production is helping set the tone for his highly anticipated return to a more country sound, as the title of his new album suggests. “Want It Again” is co-written by Jon Henderson, Josh Miller, Josh Thompson, Lynn Hutton, Matt Dragstrem, and Rhett. 

5- “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time

Rhett debuted this song on Saturday Night Live back in March of 2019 and it set the tone for his Centerpoint Road era. If you need a tune to pump you up for any occasion, then you’ve found it with this one. With the harmonies from Little Big Town and upbeat percussion sounds, this song never fails to put us in a better mood.

6- “Dream You Never Had

Rhett described this song as both a love letter and apology to his wife, Lauren. He details their relationship and experience raising their kids while touring with the opening lyrics “Our Fridays are Mondays and our second home is on wheels…” The song is written by Ashley Gorley, Jesse Frasure, Rhett Akins (father of Thomas Rhett), and Rhett himself. 

7- That Old Truck

“That Old Truck” was written by Julia Bunetta, Kamron Kimbro, Ryan Tedder, and Rhett. It’s the perfect song for anyone who is sentimental about their first car. He perfectly sums up the feelings of nostalgia around the “end of high school” era with his references to driving to school and work and the field on a date. 

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