Tim McGraw has selected "How I'll Always Be" as the next single from his newest album, Damn Country Music.

Written by Jeremy Stover, Chris Janson and Jamie Paulin, "How I'll Always Be" finds McGraw musing about his down-home roots and preference for the simpler things in life: "I’m a little more bust your back than take it for free" and "I’m a little more ol’ Hank Williams than that trendy crap" are just a couple of the lines that he sings before the song's first chorus.

"I’ll always be a fan of old stray dogs and guitars playin’ / One-room churches, backroad walks and front-porch swingin’," McGraw goes on to admit in the chorus, accompanied by steel guitar, a quiet-but-prominent drum beat and a simple, mid-tempo melody. "Sunset skies, bonfire nights, I love the simple things / That’s how I’ll always be."

Readers can press play below to listen to "How I'll Always Be," McGraw's third single from Damn Country Music. The song follows McGraw's most recent single, the No. 1 (and record-setting) "Humble & Kind;" his first single from his newest project was "Top of the World," which reached the Top 5 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and the Top 10 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

"How I'll Always Be" will officially be going for adds at country radio on July 11. It, and the rest of Damn Country Music, is available for download now via iTunes.

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