Tyler Farr's new single "I Should Go to Church Sometime" can be interpreted a half-dozen ways, all of which are deep and thought-provoking. Some may feel guilt. Others may find redemption.

Others will get stuck on Farr's best vocal performance to date. He soars at the second and final chorus, finding rare strength to contrast with his early vulnerability. Witness the growth of the "Redneck Crazy" singer with "I Should Go to Church Sometime," a song that adds new depth to what we know about him.

The message is simple. Farr is urging you to get your butt to church to show appreciation for the good in life. And there's yet another way to interpret his message: "I Should Go to Church Sometime" is a show of gratitude.

Did You Know?: "I Should Go to Church Sometime" was written by relative songwriting newcomers Brinley Addington, Michael Hardy and Sarah Turner.

Listen to Tyler Farr, "I Should Go to Church Sometime"

Tyler Farr's Redemption Song

Tyler Farr's "I Should Go to Church Sometime" Lyrics:

Saw a man on the sidewalk / Hungry written in red chalk / Maybe he just wanted to talk / But I walked away. Saw a kid on the TV / He was only seventeen / Wrapped his truck ‘round an oak tree / The whole town prayed / I should go to church sometime.

Easter and Christmas / Yeah, I don't ever miss it / I ask for forgiveness / They tell me what I like to hear / But I need a revival / For this prodigal disciple / Wipe the dust off my Bible / More than once or twice a year.

Chorus:
I should go to church sometime / Maybe walk a little straighter line / Lord knows I could use some light / To get where I’m going / I shouldn’t say “next Sunday” / I shouldn’t let my pride get in the way / I know I shouldn’t be afraid / Of what I know I’ll find / I should go to church sometime / I should go to church sometime.

No, it ain’t until you’re sinking / Till you really start listening / You get down on your knees, down on your knees / You swear it’s the last time that you’ll say.