Whatever you do, try to have a friend in your life like Craig Morgan has in Blake Shelton
Craig recently released a very personal song called The Father, My Son and The Holy Ghost –which is about coping with the loss of his son, Jerry, who died in a water sports accident in 2016.
And while the song has been getting some attention from hardcore country music fans and publications, it has been, so far, mostly unnoticed by mainstream country fans.
Blake took to Twitter to rave about the song, and to drive up its profile.
Blake is familiar with writing about the pain of losing a loved one—he wrote Over You for Miranda Lambert in memory of his older brother, who died in a car crash.
So, Blake is urging his 20 million twitter followers to tag the song and retweet it, in an effort to get it to #1 on the iTunes country chart
Come on everybody this song deserves to be number 1 atleast on iTunes. Tweet your friends, tag the song. All people need to do is hear it once. They will want to own it. This song deserves to be recognized. @cmorganmusic https://t.co/QXJ2wjgF4g
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) September 10, 2019
Since then, the song has climbed over 50 spots, prompting Blake to tweet
— Blake Shelton (@blakeshelton) September 11, 2019
It is a powerful song. Check it out. Then download it. Let’s help get it to #1!