Country singer Danielle Bradbery has shared a fiery new single, “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots.”
“Stop Draggin’ Your Boots,” produced by Nathan Chapman, is a playful track about a woman who gives an ultimatum to her man. The song was co-written by Josh Kear, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson.
“Sometimes you’re in, sometimes you’re out // Sometimes a girl gotta put a foot down // Stop draggin’ you boots // Up under my porch // Kicking mud off your heels // Knocking on my door // Thinking I’ll let you leave them by my bed on the floor // You ain’t gonna crash your party here no more // You better get to walking if you don’t love what you got // Either love me or not // Just stop draggin’ your boots,” Bradbery sings.
“Stop Draggin’ Your Boots” is a follow-up to Bradbery’s “Never Have I Ever” and “Girls In My Hometown.”
“This song is a fiery anthem for every girl that’s ever felt strung along by a guy. The bold lyrics and sassy beat really pulled me in and reminded me of that fun, Shania Twain, 90’s country pop vibe that I’m pumped to channel that into my music,” Bradbery shared.
She added, “It made me feel for the times my friends and I have been in the middle of these situation-ships. There’s no longer room for wishy-washy feelings or time for you to be unsure – you’re either all in or you’re out!”
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