Did you know Alan Jackson wrote these hit songs?
“I Can’t Do That Anymore,” by Faith Hill. Jackson’s wife thought the song was about their relationship; however, Jackson said it was a “universal problem” for couples.
“Forever Together,” by Randy Travis,
“If I Could Make a Living,” by Clay Walker,
“Till I Was Loved by You,” by Chely Wright.
Jackson wrote another Travis classic, “Better Class of Losers.” And that track earned Randy Travis a Grammy nomination in 1993.
Which song are you surprised that Alan Jackson wrote?