Combs says new songs will be on deluxe release
Wednesday, September 2, 2020
– Luke Combs' release of 'What You See Is What You Get' in October will contain five new songs, but they are not necessarily songs that the singer already has released.
Combs tweeted on Wednesday night, 'This may come as a surprise, but just wanted to let y'all know 2 of the 5 songs coming out Oct. 23 on the deluxe are ones y'all have NOT heard, yet...'
The project will have a total of 22 songs.
Combs has released the COVID-19 related song 'Six Feet Apart' along with 'Used to Wish I Was,' 'Tomorrow Me,' a Ray Fulcher and Dean Dillon co-write, 'Cold as You' and 'Without You.'
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