LUKE BRYAN’s “Most People Are Good” has resonated with the LGBT community . . . and it’s all because of the line: “I believe you love who you love / Ain’t nothing you should ever be ashamed of.”
When someone told Luke about it, he said that it made him glad . . . but admitted he didn’t notice that interpretation the first time he heard it.
“I just thought of it as a love line. I’ll be truthful. I thought about it as maybe an interracially charged line . . . but even that was only after multiple listens.”
He also says he wouldn’t change the line “in a million years” because it can mean different things to different people.
“I think that song is about the world in general. That line, in particular, needs to be interpreted however the listener wants to interpret it.”