Chris Janson ‘Better I Don’t’ Lyric Video
Chris Janson tells a tale of a reformed party animal in his new single, “Better I Don’t.” The tune, which offers a number of reasons why the narrator shouldn’t partake in any libations, is the first from his upcoming debut album on Bigger Picture. The chorus serves as the warning to the unsuspecting cohort of our singer:
“It’s better I don’t / ‘Cause believe me I will / I get looser than a line on a fishing reel / Dare me don’t do / Don’t think I won’t / Take it all off / Turn it all on / Get buck wild, hell bent, and stoned / It’s better I don’t.“
Watch Chris Janson’s lyric video for “Better I Don’t” below.
“Better I Don’t” follows the Missouri native’s debut single, “‘Til a Woman Comes Along,” which was released on Sony Music Nashville back in 2010. Chris is also riding high on the success of “Truck Yeah” — which he co-wrote with Preston Brust, Chris Lucas and Danny Myrick — which brought Tim McGraw a gold certification from the RIAA for sales exceeding 500,000 units.
To hear more selections from the up-and-coming singer, visit his website, where you can stream more songs including “Redneck Revival,” “When I’m Holdin’ Her” and “Hey, Hey, My Money’s All Gone.”
Watch Chris Janson’s ‘Better I Don’t’ Lyric Video