American Daughters

Album: Sarah Buxton (2010)
  • Buxton co-wrote this autobiographical song with country music songwriter Bob DiPiero. She told The Boot: "Rather than write a song about my first apartment or a song about how I got married too young and a song about moving to town in my boots, it's about all those things. The deeper meaning is that we are all born of this country, and the country's history is a part of us. We all have an opportunity to do whatever we want."

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