A Showman's Life

Album: Here For A Good Time (2011)
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Songfacts®:

  • This Jesse Winchester penned sad ballad takes an inside look at a musician's life on the road. The song was originally recorded by Gary Allan on his 2003 album, See If I Care.
  • The song features Faith Hill, who sings the part that was originally sung by Willie Nelson on Gary Allan's recording.

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