Alan Jackson and George Strait sharing the stage is as good as it gets – two legends together.
“Remember When” is a duet performed by country music legends Alan Jackson and George Strait. The song was written by Jackson and released as a single in 2003. It was later included on his album “Greatest Hits Volume II” in 2004.
The song is a nostalgic look back at a long and happy marriage. Jackson and Strait trade verses about the different stages of their lives, from falling in love to starting a family to growing old together. In the chorus, they sing:
“Remember when we said when we turned gray
When the children grow up and move away
We won’t be sad, we’ll be glad
For all the life we’ve had
And we’ll remember when”
The song is a beautiful tribute to the lasting power of love and the memories that a long life together can create. Jackson and Strait’s voices blend together perfectly, creating a warm and heartfelt sound that perfectly captures the emotion of the song.
“Remember When” has become a beloved classic in the country music world, and it continues to be a favorite of fans of all ages. The song’s message of love and commitment resonates with listeners, and its timeless sound ensures that it will remain a fixture in the genre for years to come.
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