Jason Aldean recently released a new single, “God Made Airplanes,” a song from his upcoming record, Georgia, due to arrive on April 22.
John Morgan, Jessi Alexander, and the Warren Brothers‘ Brad and Brett Warren wrote “God Made Airplanes,” a mid-tempo track.
The song is a narrative about a man struggling to heal a broken heart following a breakup and tells why the person wants to get lost in the clouds.
“That’s why god made airplanes | And runways and half priced ticket one ways | If I can get high up off the ground | Ain’t got the wheel can’t turn around |Show me a place without her in it | I’ll be there in a new york minute |Cause if I’m driving I might hit the brakes | That’s why god made airplane | That’s why god made airplanes,” Aldean sings in the chorus.
Aldean previously released “Whiskey Me Away,” “My Weakness,” “Trouble With a Heartbreak” and “Rock and Roll Cowboy” from Georgia, the second part of the double album, Macon, Georgia. Macon, the first part of the double album arrived on November 12, 2021.
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