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Album: Born Free (2010)
  • This track features Kid Rock's fellow Detroit rocker Bob Seger on piano and singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow on co-vocals. Rock recalled to Adam Graham of The Detroit News concerning Seger's contribution. "I asked him to be on the track and he didn't call me back. I started getting really nervous, and then a couple days later he showed up at the studio, by himself. I said, 'Bob, why didn't you call? I didn't think you were going to do it!' He said, 'I was practicing.'"
  • Crow and Rock previously collaborated on the latter's 2002 hit single "Picture."

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  • Dane from Green Cove Springs Fla., FlI fell in love with this song the first time I heard it.I prefer this one over "Picture".It's old school country.Love the words & music,especially the middle part with the cool piano.Thanx, Bob Seger!Also it's "our song" to me & my girlfriend.
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