Look At Me


  • This mainstream neo-traditional love song was written by well-established Nashville songwriters Jim Collins (Keith Chesney's "The Good Stuff" and Paul Overstreet (Keith Whitley's "When You Say Nothing At All").
  • Country singer-songwriter Vince Gill sings harmonies on the chorus.
  • The song was previously recorded by Alan Jackson on the 2008 Billy: The Early Years movie soundtrack.
  • This attracted renewed interest after a video of bride Arianna Pflederer singing the song to her husband-to-be, Ryan, went viral in February 2014.


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