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Scratch that one off the bucket list.
Morgan Wallen gave us a preview of his upcoming double album Dangerous, yesterday, releasing three new songs (“Still Goin Down,” “Livin’ The Dream,” and “Somebody’s Problem”) from the record. But a quick look through the album notes and we find a song written by Morgan’s musical hero… the great Eric Church.
Titled “Quittin Time,” the unreleased song was written by Church, along with Luke Laird and Josh Thompson.
In the past, Morgan has called Eric the greatest country music artist that’s ever lived, so you know this is going to be a special one for him. The album features a duet with Chris Stapleton as well.
Back in 2014, Morgan performed an impressive piano cover of Chief’s “Like Jesus Does.”
He also covered “Homeboy” down in Houston earlier this year.
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