Boy Takes Swig Of Root Beer & Belts Luke Combs’ ‘Beer Never Broke My Heart’

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One of the biggest songs in country music within recent years is Luke Combs‘ “Beer Never Broke My Heart.” The track was released as a single in May 2019, and it quickly took the world by storm.

“Beer Never Broke My Heart” claimed the number one spot on the U.S. Country Airplay chart, making it Combs’ sixth consecutive number one hit. Combs had only released six singles at that point, meaning that every single he had ever put out up to then had gone to number one.

On top of that, “Beer Never Broke My Heart” was a crossover success. The track climbed as high as the 21st spot on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Why did the song become such a big hit? Well, much like other songs of Combs’ such as “When It Rains It Pours,” it’s a whole lot of fun. Plus, the loud, boisterous chorus is something you can’t help but sing along to at the top of your lungs.

Even little kids find themselves belting out the song, though they’ve never had a sip of beer.

But one young fella knows that an ice cold root beer has never broken his heart. So that was the drink he held in his hand as he proudly sang “Beer Never Broke My Heart.” Combs shared a video of the little guy pouring his heart out into the song.

Haha, these videos are awesome,” Combs wrote. “Think it’s safe to say the future of country music is in good hands with these kids!


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The boy in the video can be seen taking a big swig from his root beer bottle before bursting into the recognizable chorus of “Beer Never Broke My Heart.” He sings with such enthusiasm!

As you watch the little guy sing in the video above, you’ll find yourself smiling from ear to ear. It’s just that cute!

The boy in the above video isn’t the only kid to impress Combs by singing “Beer Never Broke My Heart.” Combs previously shared another video of an even younger boy singing the song, and he played guitar to accompany his rendition! You can check out that video below.

Both of these boys sing the song loud and proud, just as it’s meant to be performed!