Bring It on Home

Album: New To This Town (2012)
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  • The second single from Kix Brooks' solo album New To This Town was penned by the singer with Rhett Akins and Dallas Davidson. Brooks explained that it was inspired in part by his relationship with his wife Barbara. "I've been married a long time, but when I met Barbara, I had that feeling, because being a musician and living in bars, it was that point - meeting her - when I thought I may be ready to give up this lifestyle and try something that matters a little bit more," he recalled. "'Bring It on Home' is really about a guy just getting back to what matters with love. I always liked the soulful attitude of this song and the kind of natural feeling."
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