Luke Bryan Notches 26th No.1 Single with ‘Down To One’

Luke Bryan; Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson
Luke Bryan; Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson
Luke Bryan; Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson

Luke Bryan returned to the top of the country charts this week, earning his 26th No.1 single with “Down To One.” 

The romantic tune tops both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase charts and is the fourth consecutive chart-topper from the superstar’s latest album, Born Here Live Here Die Here.

“I absolutely love this song,” Luke recently shared with Billboard. “’Down To One’ has a melody that just locked me in the first time I heard it. I know a lot of artists feel this way, but I’m definitely looking forward to doing this one live.”

Written by Dallas Davidson, Justin Ebach and Kyle Fishman, “Down To One” finds Bryan looking back on a perfect night with his girl, reminiscing upon the moment they fell in love.

“We were down to 1 AM/ Listening to one more song/ Thinking I want more than just one night out here with you alone/ Down to that last Bud Light in the back of that two-tone, half-ton/ My heart was telling me that one more kiss and I’d be done/ Down to one hand in mine/ Down to one beautiful smile/ I was done with the girl I want/ Straight falling in love/ Right there that night/ Down to one,” he sings on the chorus.

The song follows the chart-topping success of “One Margarita,” “What She Wants Tonight” and “Knockin’ Boots.”

“First time I heard it—it’s written by one of my dear friends Dallas Davidson who I’ve had a lot of success with as a co-writer with through the years—it just sounds like a big ole hit,” Bryan previously said. “’Down To One’ is a real like typical song of mine that you kind of expect from me from the years…guy and a girl out there, in the middle of nowhere enjoying a moment together, a romantic moment, and I always feel like you gotta have those on an album.”

On April 9, Bryan will release a deluxe edition of his latest album, Born Here Live Here Die Here. The project will feature six new tracks, including the newly-released song “Country Does.” 

Fans can pre-order Born Here Live Here Die Here (Deluxe Edition) HERE.

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