I guess congratulations are in order, and it couldn’t be for a nicer guy. [lastfm link_type=""]Kenny Chesney[/lastfm]‘s “[lastfm link_type=""]Somewhere with You[/lastfm],” is the top country song in the nation for the second week in a row. Kenny really liked
distinct, but he really liked the song’s lyrics more, as a matter of fact that’s what sold him on recording the song. “[lastfm link_type=""]Somewhere with You[/lastfm]” is from Kenny’s [lastfm link_type=""]Hemingway’s Whiskey[/lastfm] album, also home to another number-one hit, “[lastfm link_type=""]The Boys of Fall[/lastfm].” Kenny says: “I love the line of this song where I can’t go out every night of the week, I can’t go home with anybody I meet, and it’s just a temporary high, ’cause when I close my eyes, I’m somewhere with you.’ I think that anybody that has been in a relationship that associates certain places or certain things or certain music, food, whatever, you go back to that person.