Kip Moore goes coast to coast in search of love on his new single, "She's Mine."

The inspired track shows off the rugged singer's softer side, taking him on an imaginary trip across the country on a quest for love, anticipating the day he meets the mystery woman he'll fall for. In a cafe; cheering on the Cowboys in Texas; working on Wall Street in New York; soaking up the sunshine in Mexico. These are some of places Moore envisions his dream woman to be living, waiting for their paths to cross.

"Yeah maybe she's a hippie / Hanging on the west coast / With flowers in her hair / Probably doesn't care / 'Bout nothing but a good time /  Hey, if you wouldn't mind / If you see her out tonight / Tell her she's mine," he sings in his signature gritty voice.

Moore co-wrote the song with Dan Couch and Scott Stepakoff, and he produced the track himself. "She's Mine" is heavy on guitar and drums and serves as the lead single from his upcoming fourth album.

“I wrote this song at a time in my life when I realized that my life was flipped upside down and I didn’t know which way was up. Every experience from there forward, I felt like everything was going to be a surprise. I didn't know where I was going to end up, who I was going to meet or who I was going to be with," Moore reflects on the song. "I’m fired up to be getting new music out there, and this song is just the beginning. I know the fans are ready and so am I.”

The singer, who's built a cult following among his loyal fanbase, recently announced the six-date Bud Light Dive Bar Tour before rounding out the remainder of 2019 with an extension of his Room to Spare: Acoustic Tour.

Did You Know? Moore is an avid opponent of scalpers, and he frequently fights to keep ticket prices low for fans.

Kip Moore's "She's Mine" Lyrics:

Love / I 've  been looking for a while / Been  close a couple times / Man, she's hard to find

Towns / Everywhere along the map / Well,  I've traveled there and back / And I wonder where she's at

Chorus:
Yeah,  maybe she's in Dallas / Cheering for the Cowboys / Maybe laying low down in Mexico / I know she loves the sunshine / Yeah,  maybe she's in Vegas / At a table dealing Blackjack / Hey, if you wouldn't mind / If you see her out tonight / Tell her she's mine

Life / It's a crazy ride, isn't it? / I'm loving every minute / But it'd be better with her in it

Chorus 2:
Maybe she's living in a small town / And she's taught to fear the Bible / But she's got a couple friends that she runs around with / Dancin' with the Devil / Maybe she's sittin' in a café / In a lonely crowded city / Hey, if you wouldn't mind / If you see her out tonight / Tell her she's mine

Tell her I'm comin' / I'm runnin' / Yeah, I'm sorry I'm late / That I want her / I love her / And I just can't wait to meet her someday

Chorus 3:
Hell, maybe she's a hippie / Hangin' on the west coast / With flowers in her hair / Prob'ly doesn't care / 'Bout nothin' but a good time / Maybe she's living up in New York / Working down on Wall Street / Hey, if you wouldn't mind / If you see her out tonight / Tell her she's mine

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