Cole Swindell Shares Riveting “Break Up in the End” Music Video

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Country music artist Cole Swindell's "Break Up in the End" music video strikes the right balance while taking viewers through the the unraveling of a relationship.

Country music star Cole Swindell’s official “Break Up in the End” music video walks viewers backwards through a romance— from the sad end to a relationship to the hopeful beginning.

“I think it’s such a cool idea, just going from the end back to when we first meet. I’m excited to see what kind of twists in there, and excited for y’all to see it. That was my kind of vision originally, and so I picked the one closest to that, except for it was another level of good. That’s why I stick to writing songs, not video treatments. Like I said, I’m excited to make another video, and I hope that we can bring this song to life. I think it’s so descriptive,” the Georgia native shared with multiple media outlets prior to creating the inventive music video.

Watch the “Break Up in the End” visual story unfold below!

This track is Swindell’s first single off his upcoming unnamed third studio album, which is expected to be released later this year.

“Break Up In The End” Lyrics

I still walk in that bar a little drunk
I still ask you what you’re drinking, what’s your name
I still kiss you by the shuffleboard, last call at 2 am
Even though we break up in the end

I’ll introduce you to my mom and dad
Say “I think I love her” when you leave that room
I’d still not take their advice when I say you’re moving in
Even though we break up in the end

Even if I knew you’d be the one that got away
I’d still go back and get you
Even if I knew you’d be my best and worst mistake
Oh, I’d still make it with you
Over and over, again and again
Even though we break up in the end

I’d still play my favorite song in your car
Let you love me to it, ’til it felt like ours
Now all I hear is you in it, but I’d still let you ruin it
Even though we break up in the end

Even if I knew you’d be the one that got away
I’d still go back and get you
Even if I knew you’d be my best and worst mistake
Girl, I’d still make it with you
Over and over, again and again
Even though we break up in the end

You’ve just had one too many tonight
You’re just calling ’cause you’re lonely, that’s okay
But you know if you come over, I can’t not let you in
Even though we’ll break up in the end
I’d do it over and over, again and again
Even though we break up in the end

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