Michael Peterson | Drink, Swear, Steal and Lie

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Drink, Swear, Steal and Lie

by Michael Peterson

20 year anniversary of Michael Peterson's Warner Brothers release celebrated by recording a new album on 37 Records with 4 of the 1997 hits and 7 country classics such as Wichita Lineman, Friends in Low Places, Lookin For Love and more.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Lookin' for Love
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2. Wichita Lineman
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3. Most Beautiful Girl in the World
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4. Boy Named Sue
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5. Friends in Low Places
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6. When the Bartender Cries
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7. Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow up to Be Cowboys
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8. Drink, Swear, Steal and Lie
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9. From Here to Eternity
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10. Too Good to Be True
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11. Borderline
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12. I'm My Own Grandpa (Live)
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Album Notes
Country music and love songs....not necessarily in that order. Featuring "From Here To Eternity" one of the most popular wedding songs in the last 20 years!! Also full of country classics like "Boy Named Sue" and a duet with Too Country himself, Billy Yates called "Mama's Don't Let Your Babies Grow up to Be Cowboys." Lastly Michael debuts a new song called "Borderline" as we prepare for a year of touring and fun! Produced by Steven McClintock, Billy Yates and Michael Peterson for 37 Records.

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