"We've been doing things that I wished I had time to do for the last 20 years, I guess", says Shelton, who released his new collaboration with Stefani called "Happy Anywhere" on Friday. "Any map dot, location/You're my destination/You're the only thing that I'm chained to/ I could be happy anywhere with you", they sing.
That wasn't the first time Stefani praised Shelton's parenting abilities.
"I'm glad that Gwen and I have gone the other direction", Shelton said.
While on a live stream on Thursday, which was specifically held for the new track, Shelton was more than happy to share about his love for his work, "I have the easiest job at this point in my life and it's a blast to be a country singer and do what I do". "We're all still socially distancing, so there's no better time to be happy anywhere with the person or people you love".
The couple sing about being content wherever they may be, as long as they're together. "We cook, we clean, we ride four-wheelers and we just enjoy being with each other and with family". "That's literally stupid things like pick blackberries.We grew a garden", he told the "Today" show hosts.
The song was co-written by Ross Copperman, Josh Osborne and Matt Jenkins and follows the release of Shelton and Stefani's chart-topping duet, "Nobody But You". Similar to a recent specially taped concert put on by Garth Brooks, the one-night-only show will feature performances and interviews with Shelton, as well as appearances by Stefani and "Hillbilly Bone" collaborator Trace Adkins.
Seeing how Blake and Gwen interact in the video for "Happy Anywhere" is giving us all the feels and #RelationshipGoals.
The two previously topped the country chart with "Nobody but You". Tickets are on sale now for $114.99 per vehicle.