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Alan Jackson Sings Title Track to Movie Soundtrack

I was dredging the dumpster for the internet for a story today when I stumbled across a gem.

Actually, I was playing the Retro Ride at 5 and went to Alan Jackson’s website for a little background information. While I was there I tripped on a nugget. I didn’t know it, but Alan sings the title track to the movie soundtrack, ‘A Million Ways To Die in the West.’

I love it. Jackson has always had a spaghetti western feel and interesting sense of humor. It comes out in the song!  Enjoy!

Oh, and if you haven’t seen the RESTRICTED trailer yet, it’s quite FUNNY. It’s also pretty Rough on the language. So Be Warned! NSFW!

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