I want to be that Song

And I want to be that song.

Text for "Wanna Be That Song" by Brett Eldredge: And Eldredge said about the song: span class="mw-headline" id="Background[edit]>> "The song Wanna Be That Song" was composed and performed by the US musician Brett √Čldredge. The third and last singles of Eldredge's second record, Illinois, were published on May 23, 2016. The song was composed by Ross Copperman and Scooter Carusoe. This song only made the charts when it was available for pre-view viewing before the Illinois record was out.

On the basis of 16,000 sold copies[2], the song makes its debut at number 34 on the Hot Country Songs for the charts of September 26, 2015[3] When the song is published on the air in 2016 as the third singles of the CD, it makes its debut at number 58 on the Country airplay for the charts of June 4, 2016[4] and at number 57 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Charts.

In December 2016 the song hit number 3 on the Hot Country songs and number 1 in the Country Aiplay charts, making Eldredge the fifth number 1 in the charts[5] From August 2017, the song was selling 410,000 copies[6] The song also hit number 25 on the Canada Country charts in the weekly of November 25, 2016.

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