Album: Enlightened Rogues (1979)
  • This song was written by Allman Brothers guitarist Dickey Betts and actor Don Johnson, who became famous in the '80s for his work on the TV show Miami Vice. They became friends when Johnson was filming the movie Return To Macon County Line in 1976.
  • The Allman Brothers reunited for this album after breaking off in 1975 to pursue solo projects and form other bands.

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