The video for the song will premiere tomorrow in New York City on Times Square Video Billboard

“We all have those people in our lives, who set you on fire with possibilities, make everything mean more in the moment and forever after that."

It’s so technicolor and alive, you may not even realize when you’re in it. But when it’s done, you have to smile because you’re so much more for knowing them, so much more because of every second you shared," Chesney opines in a press release. "Maybe they left you to chase a dream, maybe circumstances pulled you apart, maybe they died, but wherever they are, you know they’re bringing all that to that place — because that’s what they do. It’s what they did for you, and you can only be grateful for what you experienced.”

Chesney says "Knowing You," written by Brett James, Adam James and Kat Higgins, "knocked me out" the first time he heard it.

"It was such a classic kind of country song you don’t hear any more, and it was so pure," he says, and it "brought back so much of the innocent hopefulness of country music, and it suggested so many people."

"And then, the idea you’re wishing the best for the other person, kind of smiling, knowing just what they’re doing and thinking, ‘Yeah, go enjoy the moment ...’ is something the best people in our lives make us feel," the star adds.

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