Owen is "Made For You"
Sunday, May 17, 2020
– Jake Owen's new single "Made For You" arrives on country radio today
The song is the follow up to Owen's eighth career number one song "Homemade."
"I couldn't be more excited to announce 'Made For You,' this song has been so special to me and many others," Owen said. "I'm excited to finally hear it on the radio."
"Each line - 'Water towers are made for hearts and names/Friday nights are made for football games' - is really powerful, and it hits everybody in a unique way. And everyone has somebody that they feel like they were made for," he told Billboard.
Written by Benjy Davis, Joey Hyde and Neil Medley, the ballad about life and love was introduced the song to a nationwide audience with a performance on ABC's "The Bachelorette."
"Made For You" is the fourth single off Owen's album "Greetings from...Jake" (Big Loud Records).
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