Cole Swindell has just released his sophomore album, You Should Be Here. Leading up to the album drop, the Georgia native has been teasing a few of the songs for fans to hear on his social media accounts.

The final song on You Should Be Here is a slow ballad, "Remember Boys." Co-written by Old Dominion's Brad Tursi and Andrew Dorff, "Remember Boys" is a song that urges men to treat their ladies right. Swindell recently revealed a bonus video to the song which finds him walking in a fenced in field and around an abandoned building as he sings the song.

"I don't want to be a one night boy / I don't want to be an ain't right boy / I don't wanna be a had a ball wait it out no call kinda love song boy / I don't want to be a regret / Or the one that she forgets," he sings in the song's chorus.

Swindell's You Should Be Here already has a No. 1 song on it, thanks to the poignant title track. In an interview with Taste of Country, the singer admits that he still feels like a newcomer despite having five consecutive No. 1 singles under his belt.

“For me, that first album, there was a lot of fun stuff,” he says. “But this is me too. It’s so funny, but unless you release that kind of song people don’t know as much about you as they think you do.”

Swindell's You Should Be Here dropped Friday (May 6).

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