Frankie Ballard has released another single off of his newest studio album, El Rio. This time, it's a catchy tune called "You'll Accomp'ny Me."

From the first finger snap, "You'll Accomp'ny Me" builds intensity and increases its tempo as Ballard sings about risking it all to catch the woman of his dreams.

"I've seen you smilin' in the summer sun / I've seen your long hair flyin' when you run / I've made my mind up that it's meant to be / Someday, baby, you'll accomp'ny me," Ballard sings with a warmth that's magnified by the accompanying melody. "I'll take my chances, babe, I'll risk it all / To win your love, or I'll take the fall / I've made my mind up, girl, it's meant to be / Someday, baby, you'll accomp'ny me."

Readers can press play below to hear "You'll Accomp'ny Me" ... and start singing along. Bob Seger originally sang the song; it appears on his Against the Wind album and reached the Top 20 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 (No. 14).

El Rio is Ballard’s third album, following his eponymous debut disc in 2011 and Sunshine & Whiskey, released in 2014. The record is available on iTunes and through Ballard’s official online store.

Listen to Frankie Ballard's "You'll Accomp'ny Me"

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