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Swing

by Trace Adkins

Dangerous Man by Trace Adkins

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Swing

by Trace Adkins

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Label: Capitol Nashville
The man with the really big hat and buttery baritone voice delivers a seventh long player chock-full of blue collar, boot-scootin', boogie-rocking country songs. "Swing" touches on the perils of cruising chicks at bars as seen through the double entendres of baseball terminology. "I Came Here to Live" is one of those touchy-feely ballads about patriotic, small-town pride. Finally, "Fightin' Words" attempts to justify punching another human being in the face for expressing dissenting opinions about Christianity or the United States of America.

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The man with the really big hat and buttery baritone voice delivers a seventh long player chock-full of blue collar, boot-scootin', boogie-rocking country songs. "Swing" touches on the perils of cruising chicks at bars as seen through the double entendres of baseball terminology. "I Came Here to Live" is one of those touchy-feely ballads about patriotic, small-town pride. Finally, "Fightin' Words" attempts to justify punching another human being in the face for expressing dissenting opinions about Christianity or the United States of America.

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About This Album

The man with the really big hat and buttery baritone voice delivers a seventh long player chock-full of blue collar, boot-scootin', boogie-rocking country songs. "Swing" touches on the perils of cruising chicks at bars as seen through the double entendres of baseball terminology. "I Came Here to Live" is one of those touchy-feely ballads about patriotic, small-town pride. Finally, "Fightin' Words" attempts to justify punching another human being in the face for expressing dissenting opinions about Christianity or the United States of America.