Drive (For Daddy Gene)

Album: Drive (2002)
Charted: 28
  • Jackson wrote this for his father Gene, hence the subtitle. The song talks about the good times Jackson had with his father as a child. >>
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    Julian - Oakland, AR

Comments: 2

  • Darrell from EugeneIn the video, the "Jeep" is actually a pre-1971 Ford Bronco. Maybe Alan was too stingy to pay royalties to Chrysler just so he could drive a real Jeep without pixellating the (trademarked) grille out.
  • Forrest from Los Angeles, CaAlan's wife Denise convinced him to rewrite the ending and include Alan's experience with his own daughters.
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