Alive 'N' Kickin'

Album: It's About Time (2003)
  • This is a duet by Kenny Loggins and Clint Black. It tells the story of Loggins' climb to success.
  • The "new best friend" is Jim Messina (with whom Loggins reunited with a year later), and Loggins mentions "Sittin' In," "Full Sail" and "Mother Lode," which are names of Loggins & Messina albums. He also mentions "the cover of the Rolling Stone, which the duo appeared on.
  • The line, "Just appearing in my living room" means Loggins is a family man. He has written many songs for his kids and done 2 albums of children's songs. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Sara - Silver Spring, MD, for all above


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