Luke Combs recently offered a surprise for fans, posting an acoustic performance of an unreleased song, “Used to Wish I Was.”

“Lots of things I wanted to be growing up, but now I wouldn’t want to be anyone else but me. Hope y’all like it and can relate!” Combs captioned the clip on Instagram.

Through the song, Combs looks back at all those things he wished for when he was young, like becoming a sports star, college graduate and more, but how they turned out differently.

“When I was 16, I had running back dreams that never did run too far / Thought I was gonna be No. 3 one day, ’til I wrecked my old man’s car / I almost finished college but I ain’t cut from that cloth / I used to wish I was, but I’m glad I’m not,” he begins the song.

Combs, who was voted CMA Male Vocalist of 2019, released “Does to Me,” a duet featuring fellow North Carolina native Eric Church, in January of 2020.

The song was the third single from his second album What You See Is What You Get, released in November of 2019. On April 7, he released a music video for the song.

“Even Though I’m Leaving,” which earned Combs his seventh consecutive No. 1 single, is also part of the 17-track What You See Is What You Get album.

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