Strait releases new CD, sort of
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Strait releases new CD, sort of

Thursday, December 2, 2010 – George Strait released a new CD last month, sort of.

So, if it was under your radar screen, that should not be a surprise. The Texan teamed up with Wrangler to release "George Strait Cowboy Love Songs," available exclusively at select Wrangler Specialty Apparel retailers nationwide.

With the purchase of $50 worth of Wrangler apparel, music lovers will receive this CD until Dec. 31.

Songs may sound familiar:

You Look So Good In Love

The Chair

I Cross My Heart

You're Something Special To Me

Carrying Your Love With Me

Run

Check Yes or No

If You Ain't Lovin' (You Ain't Livin')


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