Here For A Good Time

Album: Here For A Good Time (2011)
Charted: 46
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Songfacts®:

  • The 89th career single of George Strait's career was penned by the singer with his son Bubba Strait and his frequent songwriter Dean Dillon ("The Chair", "The Breathe You Take"). Dillon and Strait go back a long way - back in 1981 Dillon co-penned Strait's debut single "Unwound."
  • The song entered the Country chart at #29, Strait's highest debut since "I Saw God Today" landed at #19 in 2008.

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