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George Strait performs "Troubadour"

"Troubadour" is a song written by Leslie Satcher and Monty Holmes, and recorded by American country singer George Strait. It was released in June 2008 as the second single and title track from his album Troubadour. The song was the 86th chart single of his career. It has become his 79th Top Ten single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. "Troubadour" was nominated for Best Male Country Vocal Performance at the 2009 Grammy Awards. Vince Gill sings background vocals on the single.

 

The song is part of the track list for Now That's What I Call Country Volume 2.

George Strait - Troubadour Lyrics

 

I still feel 25 

Most of the time

I still raise a little Cain with the boys

Honky Tonks and pretty women

But Lord I'm still right there with'em

Singing above the crowd and the noise

Sometimes I feel like Jesse James

Still trying to make a name

Knowing nothing's gonna change 

What I am

I was a young troubador

When I wrote in on a song

And I'll be an old troubador 

When I'm gone

Well the truth about a mirror

Is that a damn old mirror

Don't really tell the whole truth

It don't show what's deep inside

Or read between the lines

And it's really no reflection of my youth

Sometimes I feel like Jesse James

Still trying to make a name

Knowing nothing's gonna change 

What I am

I was a young troubador

When I wrote in on a song

And I'll be an old troubador 

When I'm gone

I was a young troubador

When I wrote in on a song

And I'll be an old troubador 

When I'm gone

I'll be an old troubador 

When I'm gone



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