The Old Dominion Song That Thomas Rhett Wrote

A Complete Backstory on the Want to Change of "Some People Do"

This has to be one of the most selfless acts in the music business: writing a classically country piano ballad and then letting another artist cut it.

So if you feel the way we feel about Old Dominion’s “Some People Do” — one of their most touching songs about forgiveness and hope and winning back trust (or as the band’s Matthew Ramsey describes it, a breaking point song) — you may wonder how it could be penned in part by Thomas Rhett, and then not recorded by Thomas Rhett.

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