Kenny Chesney – Save It For A Rainy Day
Kenny Chesney says his latest single “Save It for a Rainy Day,” hits home with his fans in concert as much as it does him.
While he didn’t write it — Andrew Dorff and two members of new hit group, Old Dominion, Matthew Ramsey and Brad Tursi actually penned the song — Kenny says that he can totally relate to the idea of needing to let go of your troubles, if only for a little while.
“‘Save It for a Rainy Day’ — I felt like that the message of the song was very important, because I have been the person in this song now . . . a lot. And I think that if you set in negativity too long, or whatever’s bothering you or whatever’s kind of weighing down your life — whether it’s, you know, all the anxiety and the stress, you know — I think if you set in all that too long, you can become it. It can become your life — and that’s not good (laughs), you know?”
“Save It for a Rainy Day” follows three Number One hits from Kenny’s current album, The Big Revival.