(Watch) Dustin Lynch Lights Up Late Night with Spirited “I’d Be Jealous Too”

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Dustin Lynch’s mega-watt smile lit up the night when he dropped by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Thursday night for a late night performance of “I’d be Jealsous Too,” from his current album Current Mood.

The song, written by Lynch, Ross Copperman and Jon Nite , has the Tennessee native boasting about being with a girl he likens to a ‘California Red in a dive bar.’ Listing all the sexy things about her, Lynch would be jealous too if he didn’t already get to be with her.

“She’s a California red in a dive bar / Hourglass body like a guitar / That forever wild smile appeal is like a glitter bomb in the atmosphere / Eyes locked on her like a movie / Like they ain’t ever seen a pair of blue jeans / Can’t blame ’em if they want her like I do, Lynch sings in the the chorus.

“I’d be jealous too, if she was with you / I’d be out my mind, watching her move / If I was just the guy with across the room view /
I’d be jealous too, if she was with you.”

Lynch is wrapping up a week of promoting Current Mood, with the news that his second single, “Small Town Boy, hit the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. That makes it the second single from Current Mood to hit the top of the charts, following the lead-off single, “Seein’ Red.”

The 32-year-old will take his new songs on the road this fall with his headlining The Ride Or Die Tour, kicking off on Nov. 3 in Feyetteville, N.C.