Kenny Chesney Drops ‘Just To Say We Did’ From New Album [LISTEN]

A new song is here from Kenny Chesney! The country music superstar just dropped “Just To Say We Did.” The song is from Chesney’s forthcoming BORN album, out on March 29.

“What can I say? ‘Just To Say We Did’ sounds like me and my friends growing up, and so many people I’ve met along the way,” Chesney says of the feel-good track. “It’s a song where whatever it is, why not? Get out there and live, shoot your shot, do that bucket list thing – just to say you did. When you can boil down how to create real joy into three minutes that feels this good, I want to sing that song.”

The Tennessee native is already eager to perform “Just To Say We Did,” and other songs from the record, on his upcoming Sun Goes Down Tour, which kicks off on April 20.

“I think this summer when we’re out on the Sun Goes Down 2024 Tour, ‘Just To Say We Did’ is a lot of the energy we live on,” Chesney reflects. “Not just my road family, but all those crazy, awesome folks pulling up and tailgating out in the parking lots where No Shoes Nation comes to life every weekend. We picked this song as the next grat track for them, too.

When announcing the release of “Just To Say We Did,” Chesney also announced a special edition of BORN, specifically for his loyal No Shoes Nation fan club,.

“We decided to do something a little unorthodox, because as I’ve said with my live albums, there is no sweeter sound than hearing No Shoes Nation singing my songs,” Chesney explains. “We are going to create a special Tour Edition of BORN, which will have a few select cuts from 2018 before the world changed, in addition to the album that everyone else will be able to stream or buy in all the usual spaces.”

The live version of “Living In Fast Forward,” from Chesney’s Nashville show at Nissan Stadium, will be included on BORN. In addition, both “Get Along” and the David Lee Murphy collaboration, “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright,” both from Chicago’s Soldier Field, will be available as a digital-only release.

“Those songs say so much about who we are, how we try to live and see the world,” Chesney says. “If I were going to put three songs that match up with everything that’s going to be on this album, these three tracks would be the ones. The road band was smoking, No Shoes Nation was all in – and those songs say so much.”

Chesney will be joined by Zac Brown BandMegan Moroney and Uncle Kracker on his Sun Goes Down Tour. Find all of Chesney’s music, including “Just To Say We Did,” and all of his tour dates at