Fans eagerly awaiting the release of Luke Bryan's new album get a glimpse at his softer side on a new song called "Most People Are Good."

It's an honest message of hope, with the superstar belting heartfelt lines like: "I believe you love who you love / Ain't nothing you should ever be ashamed of / I believe this world ain't half as bad as it looks / I believe most people are good." He makes his beliefs clear, singing about too much screen time for kids and how mothers should "quality for sainthood."

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A soft guitar and sweet melodies make for a good-natured song that proves timely in today's world, with Bryan explaining in the second verse that, "If you just go by the nightly news / Your faith in all mankind would be the first thing you lose."

"Most People Are Good" was written by David Frasier, Ed Hill and Josh Kear and will be featured on Bryan's upcoming album What Makes You Country. In addition to the title track and lead single "Light It Up," the project also features a song titled "Pick It Up" that Bryan wrote for his sons. 

"My favorite part of making a new album is getting to collaborate with the songwriting community in this town. It is important to me to continue to push myself to grow on all levels and I feel like we did that on this project," the singer says. "Making and performing music never gets old and I can honestly say I am having the time of my life. I will be forever grateful to every fan who sings along each night."

What Makes You Country is set for release on Dec. 8.

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