I think there is a part of life that I'm missing.
My mind is constantly going. For me to completely relax, I gotta get rid of my cell phone.
It sounds like a cliche, but it... you do sing about what you know about. And I grew up in a small town, and I grew up in a place where your whole world revolved around friends, family, school, and church, and sports.
I was standing onstage last year, and I felt like I wanted to be somewhere else. No matter how many people were out there, it all just felt like a blank sheet of paper.
I'm like a shark. I've got to be constantly moving.
Football taught me how hard you had to work to achieve something.
I had a notepad and I wrote down 30 things to make myself better just off the top of my head, and the next day I started to do that.
Music's supposed to come from the heart. I felt like that if it ever got mechanical, I was going to back away from it.
Social topics may hit too close to home for people, but then again, if you pull a heartstring, then that's what country music is. It's not just songs about getting drunk and leaving your girl.
I'll admit I'm a workaholic.
I don't think I ever feel sexy. I don't think that's for me to decide, if I'm sexy or not.
Me and my band and crew have always lived by the code: 'Work hard, play harder.'
The last couple of years I've been on an empty tank. And that's gotta change.
First and foremost, I consider myself a songwriter.
I grew up in east Tennessee, and everybody knew everybody's business.
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