If I Could Make A Living

Album: If I Could Make A Living (1994)
  • Alan Jackson wrote this in the late '80s with Roger Murrah and Keith Stegall, but Jackson decided to toss it, thinking it would never be a hit. Clay Walker picked it up and It became one of his biggest hits. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Cory - Morden, Canada
  • Keith Stegall, who was one of the writers of this song, was Jackson's producer and worked with Walker on the album. He's the one who brought the song to Walker.
  • In this song, the singer explains to his girl that he would be a very rich man if he could somehow monetize his affections for her.

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