Megan Moroney's new song "Never Left Me" is featured in the upcoming Twisters movie and while promoting the track on social media, she included a special message for the film's star, Glen Powell. The country singer kept things all business in the caption of her post, but things got a little cheeky in the comments.

"Glen Powell call me," the "I'm Not Pretty" singer writes.

Fans were quick to reply and share similar feelings to Moroney's.

"Same girl same," one writes.

"This is too real," another chimes in.

An additional comment reads, "Saying what we're all thinking."

Other showed their support for this potential celebrity couple. One said Moroney and Powell would be a "power couple," while another encouraged her to just slide into his DMs. Hey, it worked for Kelsea Ballerini and Chase Stokes.

Related: Kelsea Ballerini Confirms She Slid into Chase Stokes' DMs

What Song Does Megan Moroney Have on the Twisters Soundtrack?

Moroney joins a laundry list of country artists who are a part of the soundtrack for Twisters — arriving in theaters July 19. Her song "Never Left Me" is a personal track inspired by her childhood home in Georgia. In it she sings about returning to that house after leaving to chase her dreams.

Other country artists featured on the album are Luke Combs, Miranda Lambert, Lainey Wilson, Jelly Roll and several others. Fans have already been introduced to Combs' song "Ain't No Love in Oklahoma" which has been released to country radio. The project will be available the same day the film hits theaters.

Here Are the Lyrics to Megan Moroney's "Never Left Me"

Verse 1

I left my boots out by the door like I always do / Same stack of magazines by the the kitchen sink, it's nothin’ new / Same view out my bedroom window / Same whistle every time the wind blows / Came back a different me, but it's good to see the same old you

Chorus

I packed my bags like a bat outta hell / Said, "I'm all good all by myself" / Well, here I am again / It’s been too long, old friend / If floors could cry and walls could talk / I hope they'd say, "It ain't your fault" / Standin' on your front porch, I can see / I left you, but you never left me

Verse 2

I bet you knew that I'd be back thе day you watched me go / Now herе you are all open-arms though I told you so / Cross-stitched pillows sayin' "home sweet home" / Ain't moved an inch since I've been gone / You kept these parts of me I haven’t seen in so long

Repeat Chorus x2

Outro

Came back a different me, but it's good to see the same old you

We'd Totally Watch These Ladies on 'Real Housewives of Nashville''

Despites television's best efforts to create a reality television series about the wives of country music's biggest stars, the concept has never stuck. That hasn't stopped us from putting together our dream cast should a Real Housewives of Nashville franchise ever get off the ground.

Here are several country wives that would be perfect for the show and even a few singers who are not married - yet.