Way Out Here

“It was really just based on a way of life. Working for what you have and being thankful for it and getting out of bed and going after it and getting it. We weren’t thinking politics at all. We were doing the theme of how we grew up, me and the two guys I wrote it with [David Lee Murphy and Casey Beathard – Ed], and how I was raised.”Josh Thompson (230)

A Man Don’t Have To Die (Recorded by Brad Paisley) 

“Loud preachers in real life were the theme behind that one. You know, the people that try to point out to you that maybe your way of living isn’t correct. There are a lot of people that are going through a really hard time in this country and they don’t need somebody to tell them that they can look forward to going to hell when they die, because they’re living it.”Josh Thompson (230)