Dustin Lynch has dropped the second single from his forthcoming third studio album: The track is called "Small Town Boy."

"Small Town Boy" was written by Rhett Akins, Ben Hayslip and Kyle Fishman, and produced by Zach Crowell. In a press release, Lynch explains that the song "is about being in love with someone for who they are and what makes them unique." Lyrics include, "She likes my T-shirt, she likes my old boots / Likes to slow dance to some old school / She'll take a full moon over those city nights / And I ain't scared to get all up in those bright lights ..."

I grew up in the small town of Tullahoma, Tenn., and that town made me who I am. It’s somewhere I long to always go back to and visit … my family is still there,” Lynch says. “So this song reminds me of my hometown and what true love really is -- and that’s being in love with the real in somebody and not the fake.”

"She loves a small town boy like me / She's my ride-or-die baby, she's my cool, she's my crazy / She's my laid-back in the front seat / She's my with-me-to-the-end girl, my turn-it-up-to-10 girl," Lynch sings in the chorus of "Small Town Boy." "She can have anybody that she wants or be anywhere she wants to be / She loves a small town boy like me / She loves a small town boy like me."

"Small Town Boy" is available for download now on iTunes. The song follows "Seein' Red," the first single from Lynch's next studio album, the details of which have yet to be announced.

Listen to Dustin Lynch, "Small Town Boy":

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