Well, that's one way to know for sure your song's a hit! Luke Combs' latest No. 1 song, "Beer Never Broke My Heart," was recently covered by an entire Waffle House filled with rowdy country fans. Press play above to watch the hijinks, which the country star shared on social media.

"When it's 4AM at the Waffle House," the caption on the video reads, as multiple tables full of late-night (or early morning) diner-goers belt out the chorus to Combs' fan-favorite track. Meanwhile, the unsuspecting waitstaff goes about their usual duties, seemingly non-plussed.

"Scattered, smothered, covered," Combs writes in the caption of his post.

"Beer Never Broke My Heart" was the first single to be released from the country star's 2019 EP, The Prequel, following a string of chart-topping hits. The track flew up the charts, hitting the top spot in just 13 weeks and becoming his fastest-rising single to date.

The song is also the first track of his forthcoming sophomore output, What You See is What You Get, due out on Nov. 8. The 17-track project features all five of the songs included in The Prequel, plus 12 brand-new tunes, many of which have already become fan favorites at live shows. The new album also features two collaborations: a duet with Brooks & Dunn called "1,2 Many" and a team-up with Eric Church called "Does to Me."

Meanwhile, Combs' new single, "Even Though I'm Leaving," is steadily making its way up the charts. That song is the third track on What You See is What You Get, and was included in The Prequel, too.

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