Florida Georgia Line on Why They Say “Sorry”

Bless Them, Father, for They Have Sinned

When I was a kid, the Sacrament of Reconciliation was an exact science with step-by-step instructions:

You examined you conscience, you confessed mortal and venial sins in a dark little room, you were given absolution by the priest in the adjoining dark little room, and then there was some kind of penance.

There was no cold beer. And certainly no moonlight-soaked ring of smoke.

But after a talk I had with Florida Georgia Line before their “Confession” rehearsal at the recent Academy of Country Music Awards, I was reminded that not all confessions have to take place the same way. Sometimes it’s just a conversation between you and God.

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