Rascal Flatts gets "Back to Us" with song list
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
– Rascal Flatts' 10th studio disc, "Back To Us," will contain 13 songs in its deluxe form in an Amazon-only exclusive when released on May 19.
The regular edition of the Big Machine disc has 10 songs.
With 12 of 13 tracks produced by the group with bassist Jay DeMarcus taking the reigns, the release includes Lauren Alaina on "Are You Happy Now" and "Hopin' You Were Lookin'," penned by Dan + Shay alongside Cary Barlowe and Jesse Frasure and ""Vandalized"" by Chris Stapleton and Luke Laird."
Rascal Flatts will perform the album's lead single, "Yours If You Want It" at the 52nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday.
The track list is:
"Yours If You Want It" - Written by Andrew Dorff, Jonathan Singleton
"Back To Us" - Written by Cary Barlowe, David Hodges, Josh Thompson
"I Know You Won't" |- Written by Steve McEwan, Wendell Lee Mobley, Neil Thrasher
"Hopin' You Were Lookin'" - Written by Cary Barlowe, Jesse Frasure, Shay Mooney, Dan Smyers
"Dance" - Written by Joe Don Rooney, Blair Daly, Troy Verges
"Are You Happy Now" with Lauren Alaina - Written by Jay DeMarcus, Gary LeVox, Joe Don Rooney, Sean McConnell
"Love What You've Done With The Place" - Written by Benjy Davis, Shay Mooney
"Kiss You While I Can" - Written by Jay DeMarcus, Steven Lee Olsen, Greg Wells
"Vandalized" - Written by Luke Laird, Chris Stapleton
"Our Night To Shine" - Written by Gary LeVox, Chris DeStefano, Travis Hill
The deluxe edition songs are:
"Hands Talk" - Written by Gary LeVox, busbee, Jon Nite
"Thieves" - Written by Jay DeMarcus, Gary LeVox, Scooter Carusoe, Chris DeStefano
"Roller Rink" - Written by Nick Brophy, Jeffrey East, Jennifer Hanson
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