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article imageInterview: Cole Swindell talks new single 'You Should Be Here' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Feb 12, 2016 in Music
Country star Cole Swindell chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "You Should Be Here" and his success in country music.
His previous single "Let Me See Ya Girl" reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Airplay charts, thus becoming his fourth No. 1 song from his breakthrough album. "Oh my gosh. To have a fourth No. 1 from my debut album is incredible. You don't normally get four singles from your first album. I was so thankful for everybody around me, since there are so many people involved, and I couldn't do this by myself," he said.
Swindell's latest single "You Should Be Here" is different than his previous musical work, and it has struck a chord with the hearts of his fans and critics alike due to its emotional nature, which deals with the passing of his father. "On my first album, I think I established that I like to have a good time, but for the people that know me, I'm a little calmer off the stage. I have a serious side, and I just love everybody. I've lived with 'You Should Be Here' for quite a while and I've cried listening to it and writing it, and I think it has helped me, but I didn't realize that it was going to help everybody else the way that it did. It shows you how powerful music can be and the lyrics. This is why I love country music. I just so happened to write it after an unfortunate situation. My dad was the coolest and most caring person. If he knew when he left this world that a song was going to be written and it would touch that many people, he wouldn't change a thing. I still firmly believe that he is watching, so I can finally smile and get through the song," he said.
Country star Cole Swindell
Country star Cole Swindell
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To learn more about country star Cole Swindell and "You Should Be Here," check out his official website.
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