- Monday, September 4th – Jelly Roll
- Tuesday, September 5th – Lainey Wilson
- Wednesday, September 6th – Jelly Roll
- Thursday, September 7th – Lainey Wilson
- Friday, September 8th – Jelly Roll
The chorus of this fun song includes the lyrics, "Drinkin' watermelon moonshine / We cut the burn with a little lime / Parkin' back in them kudzu vines / I was his and every bit of that boy was mine / Too young to know what love was / But we were learnin' on a sweet buzz / There's never nothin' like the first time / And mine's always gonna taste like / Watermelon moonshine."
Swindell said, "I have been a fan of Lainey Wilson's for a while now, and what she brings to this song is everything it needed." The song hit number one on Billboard's Country Airplay chart.
A fun song that Lainey performed at the 58th ACM Awards, where she won Album of the Year for "Bell Bottom Country." Wilson released a dancing video for the song, finding country breakdancers that she saw at one of her shows and tracked them down to appear in the video.
The music video for this song was shot in Wilson's own home partially and filled with personal elements and close friends. She said of the video at the time, "For the music video, we wanted to create a piece of art where people could watch it and feel something all over again." The song won the ACM 2021 Song of the Year.
Lainey said of the song when it came out, "It's a song about finding freedom and strength. Not being afraid of the scars and the bruises and the bumps along the way. That makes you who you are. It builds character." It recently became her third number-one song on the Billboard charts.
So many things to say about this amazing song. It just recently won Visual Media (video) of the Year and Music Event of the Year at the 58th ACM Awards. The music video is epic of the song labeled as a "murder ballad" about a male protagonist killing an abuser. Lainey and HARDY performed the song at the 2022 CMA Awards.