Rodney Atkins has shared cover art and a track listing for his Caught Up in the Country album, out May 10 via Curb Records. The album takes its name from his current radio single, "Caught Up in the Country."

Atkins paired album news with the offering of a new song, "My Life," that comes with a powerful lyric video (watch until the end for a surprise). It's personal, because the lyric video features real-life images of the country star and his wife, Rose Falcon, and gives us a look at their relationship through his eyes. Also featured are Rose's grandparents, who inspired Atkins to write the song after he learned the story of their 71-year love.

Rose's grandmother was an orphan who had a rough beginning in life — similar to Atkins' own past, and he felt connected to her. On her deathbed, she wrote a note that read: "I loved my life." That note Rose's grandfather has since given to Atkins and Rose, and "My Life" was born from the inspiration.

Atkins co-wrote all 12 tracks on Caught Up in the Country with collaborators. Besides releasing "My Life" and new album details, Atkins shares that more instant grat tracks are coming ahead of the full album. Expect "What Lonely Looks Like" on Mar. 22, "Thank God For You" on April 19 and "Figure You Out (Riddle)" on May 3.

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Rodney Atkins' Caught Up in the Country Track Listing:

1. "Burn Something" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt, Blake Bollinger)
2. "Caught Up in the Country" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt, Blake Bollinger)
3. "Figure Out You" (Riddle) (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)
4. "Thank God for You" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt, Blake Bollinger)
5. "So Good" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)
6. "What Lonely Looks Like" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt, Blake Bollinger)
7. "My Life" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)
8. "Cover Me Up" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt, Blake Bollinger)
9. "All My Friends Are Drunk" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)
10. "Young Man" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)
11. "Everybody's Got Something" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)
12. "Waiting on a Good Day" (Rodney Atkins, Ted Hewitt)

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