Cole Swindell debuted his new single "Love You Too Late" on Monday night's (Nov. 5) episode of Dancing With the Stars. Readers can press play above to watch his performance.

"Love You Too Late" is the second single from Swindell's third studio album, All of It, released in August. Written by Swindell, Michael Carter and Brandon Kinney, it's a breakup song true to Swindell's trademark style, and it leads the album's track list. The single will officially go for adds at country radio on Nov. 19.

"I wish this whiskey would / Make her miss me / Like I wish she did / I wish she did / Pouring up another one / Won't change what I should've done / Before she left / Before she left," the first verse opens up, telling a story of regret and missed opportunity, leading into a driving chorus. "She's out there, rolling down some old interstate / 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."

The seventh week of Dancing With the Stars' 27th season was dubbed Country Week, with competitors performing their dances to country tracks. In addition to Swindell, Lanco, Carly Pearce and more also performed live during the episode. Chris Janson covered Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love" while country radio DJ Bobby Bones and his dance partner Sharna Burgess danced a waltz.

Dancing With the Stars airs on Mondays on ABC. The show's 27th season is scheduled to conclude on Nov. 19.

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