Kip Moore has released his newest single, 'I'm to Blame,' and the track may be familiar to some of his fans.

Moore has been playing the song on tour for a few years, and the lyrics serve as a mini-biography as the singer looks back and learns from past mistakes. The tune's driving beat makes it impossible to classify it as a ballad, but Moore's passion still comes through heavily on the track.

Moore opens the song by letting the listener know right up front that whatever's happened, it's definitely his fault: “If it ain't broke, you can bet that I’m gonna break it / If there’s a wrong road, I’m damn sure gonna take it," he sings. "Where there’s smoke, my pocket lighter sparked the fire / Where there’s blue lights, just read me my rights."

But just because he's made mistakes, that doesn't mean Moore's ready to apologize for them. He sings, "I come from a long line of bloodline that ain't gonna change / So, take your pistol-pointing finger right off of the trigger / I know where to aim / Hell, I’m to blame."

Moore will get more chances to play his newest single live as he hits the road for a series of dates early this year. Keep up with his complete schedule here.

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