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Album: Planes: Fire and Rescue (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • Paisley recorded this song for the Disney animated film Planes: Fire and Rescue, which centers around the world of wildfire air attack. The tune plays during the closing credits. Paisley also voiced a pickup truck named Bubba in the flick.
  • Paisley was asked to contribute by John Lasseter, chief creative officer of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios. He was inspired by his father being an emergency medical technician and assistant chief of a volunteer firefighting crew. "The movie is essentially a tribute to firefighters told through these planes," Paisley told USA Today. "When John pitched the idea, he said it was a way of paying tribute to my dad. My brother-in-law is also a firefighter in Tennessee. These guys run toward the problem that everyone else is fleeing from."
  • This isn't Paisley's first involvement in an animated movie. He also recorded "Nobody's Fool" and "Collision Of Worlds" for Cars 2 in 2010.

Comments: 1

  • Jennifur Sun from RamonaLove this song, as a sister of a former fire fighter, Thanks Brad
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