Kris Bradley

Kris Bradley

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Country - Contemporary | Sherman Oaks, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 15   
Member Since: 2014
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves

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Song Description

When writing this song with Los Angeles writing partner and co-producer Daniel Schwarz, Bradley remembers saying, "Can we say make it bleed in a country song?" and he responded with, "sure, why not?!" making this debut single one that is not only bold, but relatable to anyone who knows how to have a good time!

Story Behind the Song

perfectly captures the aftermath of an ideal crazy night out on the town with that one person you should leave well enough alone, but can't quite get enough of

Playlists this song is on:

We Don't Paint the Town
Written By: Kris Bradley (BMI 550220798)
& Daniel Schwarz (SUISA:   00177 46 05 49)

Alarm clock starts a buzzin'
I fall out of bed
The morning reeks of passion
Whiskey and regret
I stumble to the kitchen
For black coffee and a cigarette

Last night's picture show
Is comin back in waves
My hangovers begin with him
But the pleasure's worth the pain
I'm makin' my own bed
And I know that it's a sin
But it's hard to make good choices
When you're three sheets to the wind


Come hell or high water
Yeah you know we're gonna throw it down
Twenty dollars worth of Skynard in the jukebox
Bet those hipsters hate us now
One shot, two shot, three shot floor
Baby now I'm the dancing queen
We don't paint the town red
We make it bleed

Last thing I remember
Car Karaoke
To a lil' Springsteen
Dancing in the back seat
Of an Uber SUV
Not sure where we went last
Or how this scrape got on my knee
But I'm pretty sure that we were kindly
Asked if we could leave


Baby I sure do treasure
The best times I can't remember

Song Length
Country - Americana, Country - Rockabilly
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Exultant, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Party, Alchohol, Beer, Wine

Similar Artists
Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Kris Bradley
Music Credits Daniel Schwarz
Producer Credits Kris Bradley & Daniel Schwarz
Performance Credits Kris Bradley