This is a mostly autobiographical song about Alan Jackson's early adult life, his rise to fame and the effect of his notoriety on his family. It was a #1 Country hit.
Suggestion credit: Julian - Oakland, AR
Trey Fanjoy, a prolific music video director who was also helmed Jackson's "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" and "Good Time," directed the video. Midway through the clip, Jackson's wife, Denise, joins him in an intimate dance.
Joann from Portsmouth, VaJust love this song, last week at a wedding this song was playing & what a tear jerker. I do not remember this song being in the movie The Notebook so since I have the movie I will see, maybe its not. anyway listen deeply to all the words and it really hits home to how 2 deeply in love are to each other.