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Album: They Call Me Cadillac (2010)
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  • Country music singer Lee Ann Womack sings the background vocals on this track. Houser explained why to The Boot: "She was just the only voice that I could hear singing this one little part. I don't even know if people will know it's her when they listen to the record, but I think that we have it out there enough where they can tell it's her. It's just this one little part that I heard her singing on. She was cool enough to come do it. It sounds so cool!"
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