Blake Shelton just posted a video on Instagram singing his song “I Don’t Care,” and all we can say is WOW!
Blake Shelton has made a name for himself as a beloved coach on The Voice and a wildly popular country singer. We all know his songs “God’s Country” and “Boys ‘Round Here,” but now we are wondering why “I Don’t Care” never received the same big recognition.
Shelton posted a casual video of him singing the song and playing an acoustic guitar to remind fans of this heartbreaking ballad from his early days on the country music scene.
He captioned the post: “Back in the day I wanted this song to be a single so bad I put it on 2 different albums. We never got to it and I still regret it. Thought I’d dig it out for y’all . It’s called ‘I Don’t Care.'”
Shelton originally released “I Don’t Care” as a part of his album titled “Pure BS” in 2007. He also included the song in his “Startin’ Fires” album in 2008.
WARNING: This song is a real tear jerker, even more so in this new acoustic version.
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Fans agree with this sentiment and commented: “Trying not to cry 🥺🥺🥺🥺♥️” and “UM CRYING” on Shelton’s post.
Other fans ran to the comment section to show their love for the throwback song. One fan said: “Love this!! You sound awesome!! One of my favorites and gets me every time I hear it!! ❤️ 😢 #shouldvebeenasingle.”
All we’ve got to say is it’s NOT TOO LATE to drop an acoustic version of “I Don’t Care” as a single, Blake. “Never too late @blakeshelton release this song please. It’s one of my favorites” another fan responded. As Shelton and Gwen Stefani celebrate their one year wedding anniversary, we hope old releases are the only songs about heartbreak coming from Blake Shelton.
Until then, we will be watching this video on repeat and we’re patiently awaiting new music from the king of country.
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