Thomas Rhett went all ‘fan boy’ on Eric Church

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Thomas Rhett was self-admittedly 'gurmy' when he saw Eric Church at the BMI Awards, and asked him to write a song with him. If they do collaborate…can you say musical ejaculation?! I would literally be like Jim with Nadia in American Pie. I'd have to keep hitting pause while I changed my shorts. Skip to 1:25 mark for the question & answer.

Side note: This is Shannon. You'll have to excuse Broadway for his … um … interesting choice of words. He's such a man-child sometimes.  

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