Hear a snippet of Scotty McCreery’s unreleased ballad, “Red Letter Blueprint”

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If you’re eager to hear an unreleased song from Scotty McCreery‘s Rise & Fall, you’re in luck.

While the project doesn’t drop until May 10, Scotty’s giving fans a peak into one of its unreleased tracks, “Red Letter Blueprint.”

The faith-based song chronicles the story of a family Bible and how it’s passed on from generation to generation.

“It leaves no doubt between what’s right and wrong/ I found a note between the pages/ It looks like grandpa’s writing/ The ink is getting faded/ But the truth is just too strong,” Scotty sings in a verse, before continuing in the piano-driven chorus.

“Where can you go when you ain’t getting nowhere/ Every turn is a dead-end road/ The rain starts to fall and you’re so lost out there/ Really only one place I know/ When your whole world falls in pieces and you don’t know how to build it back/ There’s a red letter blueprint in King James black,” he reflects.

“Is it about time to release this one?” Scotty teases in the caption of the clip on Instagram.

Rise & Fall arrives May 10, and is available for preorder and presave now.

Here’s the Rise & Fall track list:

“Little More Gone”
“Cab in a Solo”
“Can’t Pass the Bar”
“Hey Rose”
“Fall of Summer”
“Love Like This”
“Slow Dance”
“No Country for Old Men”
“And Countin'”
“Stuck Behind a Tractor”
“Red Letter Blueprint”

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