Following the ascension of his most recent single, "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day," to No. 1 on the country charts, Luke Bryan has selected "Move" as his next single.

The seventh track on Bryan's newest album, Kill the Lights, "Move" finds Bryan lusting after a Yankee girl-turned-Southern belle with "a rockin' little body" and "a little shy side, a little wild side."

"It’s like there’s something in the air that turns you wild / When a country song is way up loud / And the sun goes down," Bryan sings in the song's second verse, adding in the chorus, "It’s like you’ve been waiting all week to / Move like you do, all sexy and smooth ... When that song hits, damn, you turn it loose ... DJ plays that throwback tune / But I can’t move when you move."

""Move" is all the fun you could want to have in a song, in my opinion,” Bryan says. “It’s what I envision -- big ol’ country dance clubs across the country playing that and it filling up and everybody having a great time.”

Bryan co-wrote "Move" with Michael Carter and Jay Clementi, and he admits that he was a tricky task: "One wrong lyric," he confesses, "and it gets cheesy." The country superstar actually headed into the studio without the tune fully written, but they got it wrapped up just in time.

"Move" is available for download on iTunes.

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