Cocaine Cowboys

Album: All American Made (2017)
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  • Here, Margo Price sings about fake poseurs who are all style but little substance. She explained to The Sun the song's Nashville-based inspiration: "It's a character study about people who are more focused on the fashion and the party than the actual substance and originality in their music," Price said. "It's real people and real problems."
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