Baby Blue

Album: If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin') (1988)

Songfacts®:

  • George's daughter Jennifer was killed in a car accident at the age of 13. It is rumored that this song is dedicated to her. There is a foundation in San Antonio for children named after her.
  • This was written by the Texas songwriter Aaron Barker. He also wrote Strait's Country hit "Love Without End, Amen."

Comments: 5

  • Megan from Stevenson, AlThis song is simpley beautiful! Wow!
  • Alan from Lubbock, TxThe song was written by Aaron Barker. It is rumored that George Straigt dedicated to his daughter Jenifer.
  • Mo from Austin, TxIt is not about George's daughter, George didn't even write the song. It was written by a songwriter named Aaron Barker.
  • Clinton from St Joseph, MoIts actually Jenifer Strait, I dunno why I put jaime
  • Shelby from Idiotville , KyThis is a beautiful song. People should not vandalize the lyrics to this...but I'm not one to talk as I don't know them either. Still, no one should be saying crap like "Heyn sexy?" on such a wonderful song
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