Keith slates CD for October release
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
– Toby Keith will release his next CD,"American Ride," on Oct. 13 on his own label, ShowDog Nashville.
The title track is the first single. Keith puts his stamp on life in the U.S. today in the song:
Plasma getting bigger, Jesus getting smaller
Spill a cup of coffee, make a million dollars
Customs caught a thug with an aerosol can
If the shoe don't fit, the fit's gonna hit the shan
That's us, that's right
Gotta love this American ride
Both ends of the ozone burning
Funny how the world keeps turning
Keith is touring in support of the upcoming CD.
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