Nashville-based singer-songwriter Nestor AnDress is debuting a stripped-down piano version of his latest single, “Falling in Love,” exclusively for readers of The Boot.

The title of "Falling in Love" is pretty self-explanatory; the sweet love song is the type of tune that you might expect to hear at a wedding (especially during the first dance). The version of “Falling in Love” that appears on AnDress' EP of the same name is a little different than this stripped-down, raw version of the song -- the goal of which is to shift the song's focus to its lyrics and message -- but there’s no denying that it’s just as good.

Ain’t no hurry to get nowhere / There’s nothin’ more important than to have you there,” AnDress croons during the song's chorus. “So try on that last dress again / Lookin’ at you, lookin at me / Thinkin’ I’m crazy for starin’ / I’m falling in love.”

Readers can press play below to hear the "undressed" version of "Falling in Love." The six-song Falling in Love EP -- released, appropriately, on Valentine's Day -- is available on iTunes.

The South Texas-born AnDress moved to Nashville in order to pursue music more seriously and has played with some of country’s most popular acts, including Tracy Lawrence, Jon Pardi, Craig Campbell and Cody Johnson. He will have new music out by the end of 2016.

Listen to Nestor AnDress, "Falling in Love" (Undressed Version):

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