When played live, Montgomery Gentry's "That's Just Living," premiering today on The Boot, is the type of song that will propel fans to hold up their iPhones and sway back and forth, belting out the lyrics with passion and pride.

The song, which comes off of Montgomery Gentry's forthcoming record, Folks Like Us, is a straightforward anthem about living life to the fullest and not being afraid of the bumps and bruises along the way.

"I took a few stitches right there / One night when I caught a little air / Flying over those railroad tracks / Back tire hit the gravel, and I rolled it," Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry sing. "But that's that way it's always been / I was out there runnin' down a feeling / Hit a few bumps / Took a few falls / Get up and walk away like you want it."  

In speaking about their new record, the duo has revealed that the album has some introspective moments -- and this tune may be one of them, paying homage to those who live freely and fully, proudly sporting their scars and adventures along the way.

"They may look like scars to you / Some of my life's best tattoos / Wear and tear / The black and blue / That's just living / It goes to show you paid your dues / Those you win and those you lose / All the way with no excuse / That's just living," the chorus goes.

"That's Just Living" was written by Ross Copperman and David Lee MurphyFolks Like Us is set for release on June 9 on Blaster Records through RED distribution.