There's a noticeable divide between the songs Florida Georgia Line releases as radio singles and the ones that play well live, but several — like their new single "Blessings" — provide highs on both stages.

Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley sing about their wives with such frequency that they risk a nation falling in love with these women, but you can never question their sincerity in these moments. Not all of their overtures have been delivered with the same maturity of "Blessings" (the third single from Can't Say I Ain't Country), a song that doesn't stumble.

Over acoustic guitar picking and the midnight call of steel guitar Hubbard tributes his wife during a poetic two verses and chorus. It's no surprise to see Tom Douglas listed as a co-writer on the song — these lyrics are descriptive, yet patient in a way no FGL song released to radio previously has been. Jesse Frassure, Jordan Schmidt and a newcomer named Ernest K. Smith round out the writing group.

Florida Georgia Line fans who didn't care for "Simple" will have to go back a few years to find a single as nourishing as "Blessings." "H.O.L.Y." is the closest comparison from their catalog, but this time the duo backs way off on the production to allow their honesty and sincerity steer a great love song.

Did You Know?: Hubbard and his wife Hayley just welcomed a baby boy, but say they're not opposed to having more kids in the future.

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Florida Georgia Line's "Blessing" Lyrics:

First time I met you, knew I never could forget you, girl / You always saw the blue skies past the rain clouds in my eyes / There's music in your laughter from the floor up to the rafters / You're that happy-ever-after I've been after my whole life.

Who knows where I'd be without you / No, I just couldn't be without you / I'll just say Amen.

Chorus:
I can't count 'em on one hand / But honey look there on your finger / I’d say I'm a lucky man / God made two lovers out of strangers / A little house on a little land / A little creek, a little Jeep / Same old moon everybody sees / It sure ain't hard to count your blessings.

Yesterday we celebrated our first year together / And together still feels better than that first night we met / I never dreamed that you could be so perfectly created, girl / He made a perfect angel, and He made you just for me//

Who knows where I'd be without you / No, I just couldn't be without you / I'll just say Amen.

Repeat Chorus:

No, I can't count 'em on both hands / But honey, look here at this picture / I'd say we're a lucky fam / I'm thankful to be with you / A little house on a little land / A couple kids, two or three / Same old song that we'll always sing / It sure ain't hard to count your blessings.