Rachel Wammack’s Husband Inspired Her New Song, ‘What He Does’

Rachel Wammack; Photo by Kacie Q
Rachel Wammack; Photo by Kacie Q
Rachel Wammack; Photo by Kacie Q

Rachel Wammack’s love for her husband Noah runs deep and she’s channeling her appreciation for him in her just-released track, “What He Does.”

The piano-driven tune finds Wammack praising her other half, highlighting his unwavering support for her.

“But what he does/ Is make me laugh when I feel like crying/ What he does/ Is lift me up when I feel like flying/ He calls me beautiful, he calls me baby/ He calls me just because/ And he makes it all look so damn easy/ That’s just what he does,” she sings on the soaring chorus.

Wammack, who co-wrote the song alongside Jimmy Robbins and Eric Arjes says the tune came to life when she decided to write a song for Noah.

“I wanted to write something that lifted up my man,” Wammack explains. “Because that’s what he does to me. He makes life better on the good days and supports me on the hard ones. This is a hopeful song for people who have been through those difficult relationships, letting them know that love is always a possibility.”

“What He Does” made its debut just weeks after “Quick, Fast, In A Hurry,” Wammack’s collaboration with Rascal Flatts. Click HERE to listen.

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