It's taking Nashville promoters and country radio so long these days to go from launch to charting that even major artists on both sides of the 49th parallel are now releasing songs in the spring which probably have listeners scratching their heads, since the lyrics will finally make sense in terms of listeners' lives in about six months, after two seasons have changed.
Brooks & Dunn make it sound like they think its fall right now in their new one, "Indian Summer," while Canadian charter Aaron Pritchett's new one "Hell Bent For Buffalo" has ice on I-90.
If an artist happened to be planning to commemorate Father's Day in song, looks like they should have released that tune before Thanksgiving!
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