Luke Bryan's next single from his most recent album, Kill the Lights, will be "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day."

The song, which is the 12th tune on Kill the Lights, is an ode to Southern living -- and Bryan, who grew up on a peanut farm in small-town Georgia, certainly knows a lot about that subject. The upbeat, mid-tempo song praises the easy way of life as a small-town Southern boy.

"If I could make a living walking in the woods / You can bet I'd be sitting pretty good / High on a hill, looking at a field downwind," Bryan sings. "If I could make a nickel off of turning 'em bass / Never worry about the price of gas / I'd be wheelin' and dealin' and sitting there reelin' 'em in."

From black coffee in the morning to dark whiskey in the evening, walking in the woods to hanging out knee-deep in Muckalee Creek, Bryan asks listeners to "come along with me" and enjoy that outdoor life.

"Huntin', fishin' and lovin' every day / That's the prayer that a country boy prays / Thank God He made me this way," Bryan sings.

Photos of Bryan fishing and enjoying the great outdoors, all while sporting his telltale grin, are interspersed throughout the lyric video -- a nod to the fact that the country superstar loves a life that's filled with ... well, huntin', fishin' and lovin', every day. The clip also features panoramic views of water, sky, woods and more -- and the imagery, coupled with the lyrics, will have fans ready to run outside and breathe in the fresh country air.

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