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Lainey Wilson is on another duet, and this time it’s with Willie Nelson’s son, Lukas Nelson. Their song is called “More Than Friends.” Lukas released the video last night (3/22).

The lyrics include, “Forget tomorrow / We can face the music then / But I promise you tonight will never end / If we pretend / We’re more than friends.”

Lainey posted a remix of the song with Nelson recently on her Instagram. She said in the video she was “pumped” for the new song. She captioned the clip, #remix with @lukasnelsonofficial #morethanfriends #bellbottomcountry #lukasnelson.”

Fans loved the new tune, with one commenting, “Can’t even express how exciting I find this. My absolute faves right there!!!” Another wrote, “If you two were more than friends, that pairing and vibe would be (fire emoji).” One more fan said, “Love the vibe! High harmony is my fave! Love the hat, and PLEASE share with you got that lipstick!!!”

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Wilson appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show last week and sang a little bit of the first song she wrote when she was nine. Kelly asked Lainey if she remembered the first song she ever wrote, and Wilson said, “I do; mine’s called ‘Lucky Me.'”

Clarkson said her first song was called “Baby Blue Eyes.” She admitted it was about a boy. Lainey said, “Mine was too. I wrote mine at a sleepover, nine years old, and she (her young friend) went to one room, and I wrote another; she was like, ‘Let’s write a song and come back and share it with each other.'” Wilson continued, “It ain’t real good, but I’m gonna sing it for ya.”

She then sings, “Lucky me, I feel free, and I can’t deny that he loves me, which I know that he does, so he’s the one. Lucky me, oh, I said, oh, I’m the one for him, and he’s the one for me, baby.”

Five Great Country Albums From 2022

  • 5 - "Ashley McBryde Presents Lindeville"

    A Grammy nominee for 2023, Ashley was spot on with this album. Produced by Osborne Brothers' John Osborne, Ashley said of the work when it came out, "I hope everybody laughs a little bit. Sometimes you look and realize this town is such a mess; everybody here is a disaster. And in the same breath, in that same three minutes, everybody's okay. And I love those times."Jason Kempin/Getty Images
    A Grammy nominee for 2023, Ashley was spot-on with this album. Produced by Osborne Brothers’ John Osborne, Ashley said of the work when it came out, “I hope everybody laughs a little bit. Sometimes you look and realize this town is such a mess; everybody here is a disaster. And in the same breath, in that same three minutes, everybody’s okay. And I love those times.”

  • 4 - Lainey Wilson's "Bell Bottom Country"

    Lainey Wilson's "Bell Bottom Country"

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    This one is sure to be a classic, and as Lainey said many times in promoting the new work, which came out in October, “It’s country with a flare.” It sure is.

  • 3 - Kelsea Ballerini's "Subject to Change"

     3 - Kelsea Ballerini's "Subject to Change"

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    Such a relatable album; this amazing work and gathering of fun and sad songs came straight from Kelsea’s heart and reflected her struggle with divorce and her joy at lifelong friendships.

  • 2 - Luke Combs' "Growin' Up"

     

    2 - Luke Combs' "Growin' Up"

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    The CMA’s 2022 Album of the Year; this solid work proved why in just a couple of years time, Luke Combs became a country superstar that now sells out 60,000-seat stadiums. A Grammy nominee for the 2023 Best Country Album.

  • 1 - Miranda Lambert's "Palamino"

    1 - Miranda Lambert's "Palamino"

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    Palomino made several all-genre top album lists for 2022. Every song on the project is a gem. This is also up for Best Country Album at the 2023 Grammy Awards.