Is Granger Smith’s ‘You’re in It’ a Hit? Listen and Sound Off!
Granger Smith is back with another single that will alter fans' perception of who he is and what he does.
"You're in It" encompass a rhythmic speak-singing approach that gives way to a very strong melody in the chorus. The narrator looks back on good times and realizes that his lady love is always a part of his best moments in the sentimental song.
"You're in it / Every single good time / When I press rewind in my mind yeah I find / You're in it / Every thought of what could be / All I see is you and me / In my dreams and everything / I don't know what the future holds / All I know is girl you're in it," Smith sings in the chorus.
"You're in It" is the second single from Smith's current album, When the Good Guys Win. The first single from the project was "Happens Like That," which peaked at No. 13 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.
Did You Know? Smith has a famous alter ego, Earl Dibbles, Jr., who has a huge following all his own.
Granger Smith's "You're in It" Lyrics:
There's a front porch swing at your Momma's house / And a little stream up in the mountains / A shotgun seat and an ocean breeze / There's a ferris wheel just spinnin' 'round / A midnight moonlight shining down / A red sunset in a cotton dress
You're in it / Every single good time / When I press rewind in my mind yeah I find / You're in it / Every thought of what could be / All I see is you and me / In my dreams and everything / I don't know what the future holds / All I know is girl you're in it
There's a small town cafe corner booth / Where I first laid my eyes on you / A melody that I keep singing / There's a Baptist church on a county road / With everyone that we both know / There's wedding bells and a long white veil
Fifty years on down the line / There's a rocking chair right next to mine
And girl you're in it / Yeah