The title track of Tyler Farr’s new Suffer in Peace album is a soft, acoustic ballad that will rip your heart out. It’s a deep, dark breakup song that describes a man’s plans after his love leaves him.

“It’s close to my heart,” Farr says of the Aaron Barker and Phil O'Donnell-penned song. “Lyrically, it gave me goosebumps the first time I heard it.”

“I’m thinking cabin in the hills / In the middle of nowhereville / An Irish setter, my old guitar / A .22 rifle and rod and reel / Thumb through that Bible mama gave me / Maybe stumble on some words that save me / You know, I really like the sound of a mountain breeze / And being somewhere where I can suffer in peace,” Farr sings at the chorus.

Suffer in Peace will hit stores on April 28 and include his current Top 10 single "A Guy Walks Into a Bar." This is the second of five Taste of Country Instagram exclusives Farr sat down for recently. Tomorrow, he'll talk about the album's last track, "Why We Live Here." Watch him talk about "Withdrawals" below.