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I put a demo in your office 8 years ago Kevin McIntosh had 6 songs on it I just wanted to here what you thought Alan Jackson Hotter than a hoochie coochie shirt I met a guy named Robert who knew you and he got me in done carpenter work for you just want some feed back on it if you listened to it
Alan Jackson Hotter than a hoochie coochie shirt
Alan hope it was a good one I ope you are still enjoying the Flag Afghan I made for you and have to you at Montage mountain from your number 1fan I have seen you in concert 5 times my first was when you were just starting out at a place called Hunter mountain you signed my leg of my jeans still have them wrapped in plastic never wore them again also have a cowboy hat signed by you Seen him yrs ago in Edmonton. Brad Paisley opened for him they were both very good but to tell you the truth i was disappointed with alan he didnt interact with the crowd Alan Jackson Hotter than a hoochie coochie shirt Love this song will never forget I was working at Sears and it was on the TVs for 2 days over and over . We had no customers that day it was very traumatic and sad . It is also my wedding anniversary Sept 11th . Rip all who passed . God bless america . On another note why do we have 2 muslims in Congress how did that ever happen . I am afraid of what will be next . Our world is a scary place and getting scarier. Pray and hold your children and families everyday
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Still brings me to tears too. I think this is the greatest song made about that horrific tragedy. His line in the chorus comes from one of my favorite verses. “Now abide these three gifts, faith, hope and love. The greatest is love.” As I look at our nation today all I can think is what happened to us? Where is the love? I thank Alan Jackson for recording this song. Seems to me that many have already forgotten this awful day. I hope I’m wrong. So many innocent lives were taken from us. We must continue to thank the first responders, our service members and their families. God Bless them and God Bless the USA!