A Whole Lot More to Me

Album: A Whole Lot More to Me (2016)
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  • Craig Morgan wrote this autobiographical track with "Bonfire" collaborator Mike Rogers. The singer also named the album after the song as he feels it sums up his music career. "I feel like it truly encompasses the material of this record," Morgan explained to The Boot. "People have gotten used to certain things from Craig Morgan: I know everything there is to know about trucks and beer and tailgates; I'm a country boy. But there's a whole lot more to me; I'm not just a country boy. And that's what this album is about."

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