Luke Bryan's song brought hope to millions and tears to his mother's eyes
Luke Bryan's 2017 album What Makes You Country contains one very special song, and the singer believes it will be one of the landmarks of his career, revealed TasteOfCountry.
Luke Bryan was born Thomas Luther Bryan in Leesburg, Georgia, and started writing songs in high school. He moved to Nashville to further his musical career, and his first album I'll Stay Me was released by Capitol Records Nashville in 2007.
His first five albums produced fourteen number-one hits, and he has sold over 7 million albums and 27 million singles worldwide. He has been awarded the Academy of Country Music Awards, the Country Music Association Awards "Entertainer of the Year" award.
Bryan's song is called "Most People Are Good" and reveals the country star's most profound beliefs and his life' philosophy.
"I think our society, we're categorizing people and judging them and we're human beings judging the other --and I think God judges us and He's the end."
Luke Bryan, TasteOfCountry
Bryan revealed that his mother wept when she heard the song for the first time and was especially moved by one line in the chorus "Most mamas ought to qualify for sainthood."
Bryan always plays his songs for his mother before he releases them and he was deeply touched by her emotional response to 'Most People Are Good'.
The song's message is clear: The world is not as terrible, or as dark as the news leads us to believe. There is hope, light, and beauty in the world. Bryan's heartfelt lyrics extol the listener to reach out in understanding and acceptance towards their fellow human beings.
Bryan hopes his song may inspire people to look on the bright side, and live life in a more positive way.