Fans know what to expect from Cole Swindell, and with “Let Me See Ya Girl,” he doesn’t disappoint. The singer returns with a smokey country jam that follows a guy as he tries to impress a good looking girl at the club.

Swindell isn’t the rangiest singer, but this song keeps it between the lines. Lyrically he’s helped write another sharp guy-meets-girl country song. The bridge is particularly colorful, and it's reminiscent of his good friend Luke Bryan.

“I can see you gettin' my tailgate rockin' / Moving your hips like wind moves cotton / You can get the whole wide country side hoppin’,” Swindell sings before the final chorus:

“Girl you're tearin' that dance floor up / Let me see you do it in the bed of my truck / You sure know how to shake it alright / Let me see you do it in the Tennessee moonlight / Whoa, baby, let's go down a little road nobody else knows / Just me and you park on the edge of the world / That's how I wanna see you, girl.”

Fans waiting for something new from Swindell will need to be patient a little longer. “Let Me See Ya Girl” is the fourth single from Cole Swindell, an impressive accomplishment from a debut album. Sonically, this is most similar to “Chillin’ It.” His verses are lighter and more buoyant than either of the two singles that followed his debut.

Whatcha think about takin' that chance / Takin' that ride, takin' my hand / Kickin' this crowd, ditchin' this club / This nights been waitin' on us,” he adds during the second verse.

Michael Carter and Jody Stevens are credited with helping Swindell write the new tune, one that’s already doing well for him on Jason Aldean’s tour. It should find few obstacles on its way to becoming another big radio hit.

Why Fans Will Love It: Swindell stays true to the brand he's built with his first three singles, all No. 1 hits.

Key Lyrics: "I can see you gettin' my tailgate rockin' / Moving your hips like wind moves cotton / You can get the whole wide country side hoppin'."

Did You Know?: "Let Me See Ya Girl" co-writer Jody Stevens used to be part of a duo called Fast Ryde. Their most well-known song was a pro-rump jam called "That Thang."

Listen to Cole Swindell, “Let Me See Ya Girl”

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