We Rode in Trucks
|"We Rode In Trucks"|
|Single by Luke Bryan|
|from the album I'll Stay Me|
|Released||October 22, 2007|
|Luke Bryan singles chronology|
"We Rode In Trucks" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Luke Bryan. It was released in October 2007 as the second single from his debut studio album I'll Stay Me. The song was written by Bryan, Roger Murrah and Jim McCormick.
In the first verse, the narrator describes where he lived as a young man, and the activities he engaged in, such as picking cotton and pig wrestling. The woman he is addressing also lived on a farm, and "rode in trucks." In the second verse, he describes things she learned at that age, such as kissing and fighting. The speaker then imagines driving down a back road in his truck. In the third and final verse, the narrator describes new changes in his life. Bryan told Billboard the song is a "tribute to growing up in rural America."
Matt C. of Engine 145 gave the song a thumbs up, describing the song as the "finest example of a nostalgic song" that he has heard since Alan Jackson’s "Remember When." He goes on to say that the song contains many lines with "elegant simplicity and are delivered with evocative sincerity." Kevin John Coyne of Country Universe gave the song a B grade, calling it a nostalgic song but a similar theme "has been covered this year with greater effect by Miranda Lambert and Rodney Atkins."
The video shows Bryan singing the song at a swamp in Georgia. It was directed by Shaun Silva and premiered in late 2007.
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||33|