The latest country music hit is from Conor Smith, whose song “I Hate Alabama” touched the hearts of SEC football fans after the Crimson Tide defeat.
Conor Smith couldn’t have chosen a more perfect moment to drop his new single, “I Hate Alabama.”
Crimson Tide stunned by Texas A&M on Saturday, a day after Smith was officially released his song All about hating Alabama. Now it’s a viral hit that has taken the SEC by storm.
The song ‘I hate Alabama’ is going viral in SEC football country
Here are some songs:
“I hate Alabama / I hate the color red / I hate how they scream ‘Roll Tide’ when a brave hat’s got on my head / And I love Lynyrd Skynird but god give me sweet home Hate / ‘Cause when I hear it all I see is a girl with houndstooth / In the stands of Tuscaloosa / Might lose to 22 / But I hate Alabama ’cause that’s where I lost you”
SEC fans can certainly relate to the feeling of being repeatedly crushed by Alabama. Smith is a Tennessee fan who has felt this particularly hard over the years. He’ll be up for the showdown against Alabama in a couple of weeks, but seeing them upset is probably good in his own way.
It helps that “I Hate Alabama” has such a catchy tune. Even Alabama fans were loving it in the comments on YouTube. After all, there’s something gratifying about hating to be great.
You can bet fans of SEC teams from Tennessee and Texas A&M will go along with the chorus in a million different ways. It will come as no surprise that a marching band or two takes a shot at adopting it.
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