Cole Swindell Debuts ‘Love You Too Late’ on Dancing With the Stars

Cole Swindell made the television debut of his single, "Love You Too Late," when he performed during Country Night on Dancing with the Stars.

Written by Lauren Laffer
Cole Swindell Debuts ‘Love You Too Late’ on <em>Dancing With the Stars</em>
DANCING WITH THE STARS - "Episode 2707: Country Night" - Eight remaining couples dance to some of the biggest country music songs during "Country Night" on "Dancing with the Stars," live on MONDAY, NOV. 5 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network. (ABC/Eric McCandless) COLE SWINDELL

Monday night (Nov. 5) was country night on Dancing With the Stars. The performances were brought to life not only with the stunning dances that hit the ballroom floor, but also because of the live performances from some of country music’s brightest rising acts.

Among those performing during the broadcast was Cole Swindell, who made the television debut of his heart-breaking single, “Love You Too Late.”

“She’s out there rolling down some old interstate Wide open, wide open, couldn’t make her stay / Probably cranking up some new freedom song / Wide open, wide open, won’t pick up the phone
While I’m dying here tonight / Staring goodbye in the face / Saying I love you too late,” he sang as professional dancers Hayley Erbert and Artem Chigvintsev waltzed across the room.

The song is the second single from Swindell’s album, All Of It, following the No.1 smash “Break Up In the End.” Fans can catch the song live during Swindell’s Reason to Drink…Another Tour with Dustin Lynch and Lauren Alaina, which runs now through December 14.

Also appearing on Country Night of Dancing With the Stars was Lauren Alaina, Carly Pearce, LANCO and Chris Janson.