Blake Shelton Dreams Of Drinking In “Some Beach” Music Video


Blake Shelton’s song “Some Beach” is a playful tune that gives the phrase a double meaning to help him get through the day.

Blake Shelton is not shy about taking his fans behind the scenes and getting to know the man behind the Twitter, now X, account. He once took us into “a day in the life,” if you will, in his music video for “Some Beach.”

In the song, the singer deals with daily frustrations we have all dealt with like road rage, sitting in a waiting room for what feels like forever, and trying to escape by imagining he is on “some beach, somewhere.

“Some Beach” is written by Joey + Rory’s Rory Feek and well-known songwriter Paul Overstreet.

Overstreet is also responsible for the hit songs “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” “A Long Line of Love,” “Love Can Build a Bridge,” “When You Say Nothing at All,” “Forever and Ever, Amen,” and “On the Other Hand.”

RELATED: Rory Feek Sings Blake Shelton’s “Some Beach” At 2010 Concert With Joey

Blake released the track in 2004 from his album Blake Shelton’s Barn & Grill. The song hit #1 shortly after it’s debut and we’ve been singing it ever since!

In the video, Blake acts out the lyrics and we meet all the not-so-nice people he is singing about. The video cuts between his bad day and him singing in a bar, which is his version of a “beach.” Just by the look on his face, you feel bad for the guy, but every now and then, all of us have a day like this where everything goes wrong! We can’t help but think the phrase “Some Beach” is a double entendre for a certain curse word!

Watch his “frustrating” music video below. We’re sure you can relate!

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