Randy Houser's new single 'Goodnight Kiss' picks up where 'Runnin' Outta Moonlight' left off. The singer has his arms around a pretty girl, and he's humbly asking her to make a memory they'll never forget. After a Platinum single, the Mississippi-born country singer repeats the feeling brought on by love's anticipation.

Houser wrote this song with Rob Hatch and Jason Sellers. It's a straightforward love song that finds the singer asking his girl to begin their night where they usually end it:

"(Let's) start it with a goodnight kiss, my lips, your lips / Baby let's just keep gettin' there / Let's start it with a long goodbye, get wrapped up tight / Let's spend all night right here / Let's start it with a goodnight kiss."

The trio never go for that sensational, over-the-top sex line, but slowly -- cautiously -- the room begins to change as the vocalist delivers this love song.

Houser is going for his third straight No. 1 hit and his third straight Gold or Platinum single from 'How Country Feels.'

Why Fans Will Love It: Houser's softer side comes through on this mid-tempo love song. He's a confident, yet respectful country gentleman who knows how and when to show real vocal power. The heat begins to really radiate from the speakers with repeated listens.

Key Lyrics: "Let me find a little spot, let me throw this thing in park / Let me light that little spark that gets you going like you do / Just tell me that you want to."

Did You Know?: Houser likes to keep it in the family. His sister-in-law Alicia does much of his photography, including his engagement photos, which appeared in People in July 2011.

Listen to Randy Houser, 'Goodnight Kiss'