Solomon Burke recorded this
for his 2006 album Nashville
. Welch's original version had him saying, "That boy is sure living in luxury," but when Burke laid down his interpretation, he looked Welch "dead in the eye as he was recording it and changed it to 'That man.'"
Welch said: "Solomon was a black gentleman with 90 grandchildren; he wasn't about to refer to himself as 'boy.' I appreciated that, and nowadays, I say 'man' also."
Chris Stapleton retains "that boy" on his version, which makes Welch think he learned it from his original rather than Burke's cover.