Ray Fulcher Drops “Love Ya Son, Go Dawgs” Just in Time for Fall

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Jordan Walker and Ben Hayslip sat down and wrote “Love Ya Son, Go Dawgs,” a song that is less about football and more about making connections with your father than the title might insinuate. Ray had this to tell us about the track:

 

“This song is one of, if not the most, special of songs I’ve put out to date. I didn’t write it, but it hit me like a freight train the first time I heard it and it was like they were pulling straight from my life. I think a lot of folks are going to be calling their Dads after hearing this one”

Ray, who has been a Bulldogs fan his whole life, definitely made this song his own. With such relatable lyrics – that Father/Son relationship and knowing what topics you can use to keep the ole man on the line – we think this song tugs at a lot of heartstrings for folks raised by strong male figures.

Fulcher has been busy writing a LOT of new songs himself, and we cannot wait for even more tracks to be released from him, but “I Love You Son, Go Dawgs” is pretty darn special.

So give this track a listen, and when you are done call your Dad and talk sports, life, or whatever else makes you feel connected to each other. That is what this song, as well as life, is really about.

 

Go Dawgs.

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