Rising Country Songwriter and Performer Dallas Remington Announces New Single “Dirty Roses”

NASHVILLE, TENN. – Rising country singer-songwriter and performer, Dallas Remington pulls no punches with his new single, “dirty roses.” Valentine’s Day is over, all the chocolate has been eaten and most of the flowers are dead. Dallas Remington released a song for everyone whose happy, loving relationships and Cupid-induced infatuations have also since died. “You played in the mud and everyone knows it, so don’t give me ‘Dirty Roses’. This almost punk rock country song is an upbeat and fierce anthem telling all those cheaters and bad guys to get lost. “Dirty Roses” was co-written by Nancy Deckant and Eric Mallona and Dallas Remington. The gritty, assertive song was recorded at Claw Sound Studios, produced by Corey Lawson and mastered by Harold Larue Mastering.

David Ryan played drums and percussion on the project, while Corey Lawson provided bass, electric and acoustic guitars, banjo, keys and background vocals. “Dirty Roses” is available on all digital streaming and download platforms at https://smarturl.it/dirtyroses.

Are you sorry, or just sorry that you got caught?
You want forgiveness, but that’s something I don’t have
Did you really think that I would never find you
No cheap excuse 2 for 3 will ever help you now

So don’t give me dirty roses
Dude your door is closing
They ain’t pretty enough to cover the damage you’ve done
There is no second chance
Say hello to your consequences
You played in the mud and everyone knows it
Don’t give me dirty roses

I’m not sorry for hating the color red
Just like us they don’t make sense and soon they’ll be dead
‘Cause you’re the one, the one who dug the grave
Even if I tried, to keep them alive, the thorns cut anyway…”

“Sometimes being good doesn’t make up for being bad and that’s exactly what we meant when we wrote ‘Dirty Roses!’ This song is so much fun live and our studio band captured it perfectly with this almost punk-rock country anthem! Y’all ride it!” Dallas Remington exclaimed.

Co-writer Nancy Deckant shared, “When we were working on the song, I remember thinking, ‘Sometimes there are things you just need to say without worrying about how they come out. Thank you ‘Dirty Roses’ for coming into the writer’s room today. You have come to the right place.”

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