Cowboys and Friends

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  • Garth Brooks sings here about late-night partying and the friends that encourage this type of behavior. He told Billboard magazine: "That was my life from age 21 to 24 or 25. The only thing that would make it better is if I wasn't singing it and George Strait was."
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