Only one other artist appears on Tyler Farr's Suffer in Peace, and he's a pretty big deal. Jason Aldean joins Farr for "Damn Good Friends" because, well ... they're damn good friends.

Farr tells Taste of Country he doesn't have a ton of close friends, but Aldean is one of them. The tourmates were pals long before they hooked up for the Burn It Down tour this year. Aldean even asked Farr to walk his daughter down the aisle at his wedding!

"You're driving back home down 246 / You almost hit a deer and you end up in a ditch / You can't pull forward and you can't back out / Sitting there thinking whatcha gonna do now," Farr sings to open the song.

The country-rocker finds Farr and Aldean trading verses about saving one another from life's more prickly situations. A car wreck, a redneck ... when you need to make a 2AM phone call, you call ...

"Friends, damn good friends / They love you like a brother there ain't no doubt / You know the ones I'm talking about." 

This is the final exclusive of Farr talking about songs from Suffer in Peace, in stores next Tuesday (April 28). Watch the others Instragram clips below, and then listen to the full version of a song called "Poor Boy." Suffer in Peace is the singer's second full-length album, featuring the Top 10 single "A Guy Walks Into a Bar."

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