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Album: The Older I Get - Single

Artist: Alan Jackson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: An ACR Records, LLC/EMI Records Nashville Release; ℗ 2017 ACR Records, LLC, under exclusive licens

Tracklist For The Older I Get - Single By Artist Alan Jackson

Title Artist Time
The Older I Get Alan Jackson 3:49 USD 1.29

Reviews For The Older I Get - Single By Artist Alan Jackson

  • Amazing

    By Rosariokw
    Experience, spirit and talent all together! Thank you for keep inspiring and articulating what we sometimes can’t!
  • Flawless

    By Waymoresoutlaws
    Vocals and music are so smooth and hit close to home. There should be a line in this that says “the older I get, the better I sound” because it’d be true. Awesome recording!
  • Contentment for the soul

    By Barb in Hawaii
    Always love Alan’s voice, arrangements (never over produced), and song choice. He sings from the heart to our hearts. This particular song soothes the longing for our youth and allows us to find contentment and richness in our “golden ” years. There is beauty and value in the various stages of our lives. He reminds us of that. Kudos Alan for another “pearl”!
  • Very Timely

    By 1RumRunner
    Alan’s been around long enough to be able to sing this song and put so much meaning into every word. It seems to have a lot of feelings and emotions in it. Once again,Thank you Alan for another great song .

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