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Hear Clay Walker’s Romantic New Single, ‘Working on Me’

On April 13, Clay Walker released new song “Working on Me,” his first single in over two years. The track, written by Lee Thomas Miller, Michael White and Clint Daniels, is a steamy ode to newfound romance.

The song calls back to Walker’s early ’90s slow jams like “This Woman and This Man” and “Hypnotize the Moon,” while still giving a nod to contemporary country with a slick R&B-inspired slow groove.

Listen to the track below.

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Walker first entered the country scene with 1993’s “What’s it to You,” which went to No. 1. He went on to score six No. 1 singles with follow-ups “Live Until I Die,” “Dreaming With My Eyes Open” and more.

There’s no news yet on when the singer will release a new album. His last record, She Won’t Be Lonely Long, was released in 2010.

‘Working on Me’ Lyrics:

When I sleep
The first person I see in my dreams
You come out of nowhere
And you’re real to the touch and I hate waking up
Even when you’re not here
You’re working on me

When I drive
I stare out the window and I try
to picture every detail of your face and your smile
every kiss, every mile
No matter where I’m going girl
You’re working on me

Like a second glass of wine
Slow and easy through my mind
You take hold of me, like gravity
Like the full moon pulls the tide
I couldn’t stop it if I tried
So keep doing what you’re doing
It’s working on me

When you’re close
My self-control goes up in smoke
I just can’t keep my hands of you
The salt on your skin and your eyes pull me in
Every thing about you girl is working on me

(Repeat Chorus)

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Hear Clay Walker’s Romantic New Single, ‘Working on Me’