Change Me

Album: My Life's Been a Country Song (2008)
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  • About.com asked Cagle which song on the album means the most to him. The country singer replied: "The song that means the most to me would probably be 'Change Me.' It's something that when I sing it, it's what I want. It takes something special to get there. It would be a pretty dull life for me to wake up at forty and be finished. I hopefully have forty more years. I think that song holds a place in my heart that none of the others do."
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