Harvey Bodine

Album: Wheelhouse (2013)
  • Brad Paisley penned with Chris DuBois and Kelley Lovelace this lighthearted character sketch. It tells the tale of the titular man who is grateful to escape his terrible wife for a while after being temporarily pronounced dead.
  • Paisley told Rolling Stone that he used a piece of medical equipment on this track. "We have a heart monitor actually being a rhythm track in the second verse," he explained. "That sound, that beat that's so telltale, when you're on edge."
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