Folks Like Us

Album: Folks Like Us (2015)
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Songfacts®:

  • Montgomery Gentry's Troy Gentry explained the meaning of this Ash Bowers, Neal Coty and Adam Craig penned song. "It's what you might expect to hear out of Montgomery Gentry," he said. "It's a song about American society and making ends meet. It's about being patriotic and showing your faith and the love of family. It's one of those blue-collar songs that we've been known for doing for so long."

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