Thomas Rhett enlisted Little Big Town for one of the songs on his upcoming new album, Center Point Road. Readers can press play above to hear "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time."

"Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time" finds Rhett with "an inkling for doing something crazy" -- even though its the middle of the week and a casual night at home. "Just take a sip and let's pretend that it's your birthday," he implores.

"Hop on up on that counter, let me see how you move ... Pour a little liquor, make this living room twirl / Watch me set this night on fire," Rhett sings in the chorus, horns and Little Big Town's harmonies creating a big-night-out feel. "Baby, you know I love a party / Don't threaten me with a good time."

In the second verse, Little Big Town's Karen Fairchild takes lead on some lines, reflecting the woman's side of the party. She and Rhett harmonize during the song's bridge as well, before a good-time guitar solo kicks in.

"Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time" is the second song on Rhett's upcoming fourth studio album, Center Point Road. The project, he announced on Friday (March 1), is due out on May 31. It contains 16 songs, including "Look What God Gave Her," Rhett's brand-new single.

Rhett debuted "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time" on Saturday Night Live on March 2. The country star was be the TV sketch comedy show's musical guest that night, with comedian and actor John Mulaney, formerly an SNL writer, acting as host.

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