Good To Be Me

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  • This song, which features Kid Rock, is the second single from Pop-Rock singer-songwriter Uncle Kracker's fourth album, Happy Hour.
  • This is one of two songs that Uncle Kracker wrote for Happy Hour with Brett James, the other one being "I Hate California." James, also co-wrote "When the Sun Goes Down," Uncle Kracker's 2004 hit with Kenny Chesney.
  • Uncle Kracker commented to Real Detroit Weekly: "Probably one of the most laid-back songs on the record. 'Good to be Me,' in a nutshell, is my DNA."
  • The version released as a single was a Country remake done for Uncle Kracker's 6 song EP, Happy Hour: The South River Road Sessions. The re-mix features and was produced by Kracker's buddy, Kid Rock.
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