'Songland': Fans declare Florida Georgia Line's song 'Second Guessing' with Griffen Palmer's lyrics a hit
It took only a moment for 'Songland' fans to fall in love with Florida Georgia Line's new song 'Second Guessing'
When Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley came on 'Songland' looking for an anthem for their tour, little did they know that they'd be going back with a beautiful yet timeless love song. Griffen Palmer managed to impress the musician duo with his lyrics. Coach Shane McAnally helped Griffen refine the song to better suit Florida Georgia Line's vibe, which ultimately helped his song to get picked as the next big track of the band.
After choosing the song, Florida Georgia Line further tweaked it a bit and transformed it into a perfect wedding song. When they released the revised track, it took fans hardly any time to fall head over heels in love with it. They couldn't stop singing praises of the talented duo and the amazing lyrics that accompanied their soothing voices. Several fans took to their Twitter to express how much they enjoyed the track 'Second Guessing'.
A fab tweeted, "@NBCSongland and @FLAGALine Love this song. Gave me chills listening to it. Beautiful." Another fan wrote, "@NBCSongland and @FLAGALine Already stuck in my head! Great pick ." "@NBCSongland and @FLAGALineThis song is Amazing and PERFECT for @FLAGALine Congrats @griffenpalmer Incredible Job @shanemcanally #Songland," expressed a fan.
Another fan shared, "@NBCSongland and @FLAGALine Will hit #1 for sure. Great song!" "@NBCSongland and @FLAGALine Took me one second to fall in love with this song!" revealed a fan. Just like Florida Georgia Line's Tyler and Brian, fans too enjoyed the deep and meaningful lyrics of the love song. Fans also loved how humble and open Griffen was during his stint on 'Songland'.
'Songland' is NBC's hit show, which documents the whole creative process behind composing a successful song. The show has quickly become a great platform for aspiring songwriters to pitch their original compositions to renowned singers and artistes. The contestants are also mentored by top songwriters in the industry — Ester Dean, Ryan Tedder, and Shane McAnally — who work one-on-one with the participants to help fine-tune the song. The winner's song will eventually be recorded by the artiste. 'Songland' airs every Monday at 10 pm EST on NBC.