A Lot to Learn About Livin'

Album: Easton Corbin (2010)
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  • Corbin explained why he recorded this Liz Hengber, Sonny LeMaire and Clay Mills cut: "A lot of times I look at songs in terms of how they would sound if I were out riding around on a Friday or Saturday night or sitting on my boat on the river. What would I listen to? This kind of song."
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