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A lot of people would agree that this has been a pretty difficult year. Tragedy has plagued us in the form of devastating natural disasters and deadly crimes. Political dissension seems to be at an all-time high, and it only takes a minute to be on social media to see that hate is more abundant than stars in the sky.


But Luke Bryan has hope.

In a new song released on his YouTube page, Luke reminds us of the fundamental belief that “Most People Are Good.”

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With a warm, acoustic guitar strumming out chords and a gentle drum tapping out the rhythm, Luke’s calming baritone paints a picture of the simple pleasures in life and the virtues of hard work, positivity and humility.

“I believe kids ought to stay kids as long as they can /Turn off the screen, go climb a tree, get dirt on their hands / I believe we’ve got to forgive and make amends / Because nobody gets a chance to make old friends,” he sings.

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In the chorus, Luke sings, “I believe that people are good and most mamas ought to qualify for sainthood / I believe most Friday nights look better under neon or stadium lights / 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.”

We believe, too!

“Most People Are Good” is part of Luke’s upcoming album, “What Makes You Country,” which is set for release on Dec. 8.

Based in Nashville, Tammy is a 20-year veteran of the country music community. She has worked in marketing, PR and artist development in the past. Follow her @TammyGooGoo and join the conversation @RareCountry
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