Blake Shelton will release a brand-new album, Texoma Shore, on Friday (Nov. 3), but fans can hear one of its songs, "Money," a little bit early. Press play above to listen.

Written by Craig Wiseman, James Bailey and Ryan Ogren, "Money" is a song about feeling like a millionaire -- though not necessarily being one -- because of who you're with. The verses paint scenes of, as one line says, a "leave-a-penny, take-a-penny life," but the chorus leaves a rosier picture.

"Hey, girl, got that million-dollar kiss / Know just what to do with it / Gettin' me feelin' filthy rich," Shelton sings in "Money." "Hey, girl, put that body on me / Like I hit the lottery / Everything you do to me, honey / That's money."

"Money" is Track No. 5 on Texoma Shore. The record, Shelton says, is a bit all over the map.

“When you listen to the record, it will go from something traditional to something that will make your head spin, back to something even more traditional," says Shelton in a press release. "That’s just what you can expect from one of my albums."

Texoma Shore follows Shelton's 2016 album If I'm Honest.

"At this point in my career, it’s always good for me to try something different, with different sounds, and I think you'll hear hints of that on this record," Shelton continues. "I've explored about every part of country music you can explore, and it seems like I always keep coming back to my roots, which is traditional country music."

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