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Big Dog Daddy

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Download links and information about Big Dog Daddy by Toby Keith. This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 37:50 minutes.

Artist: Toby Keith
Release date: 2007
Genre: Country
Tracks: 11
Duration: 37:50
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. High Maintenance Woman (Single Version) 3:21
2. Love Me If You Can 3:36
3. White Rose 3:47
4. Get My Drink On 3:07
5. Wouldn't Wanna Be Ya 3:18
6. Big Dog Daddy 3:53
7. I Know She Hung the Moon 3:35
8. Pump Jack 3:29
9. Burnin' Moonlight 3:51
10. Walk It Off 3:01
11. Hit It 2:52

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Toby Keith has been in business for nearly 15 years, and he’s now fully comfortable in his role as the self-styled “big dog daddy.” The title song and “Hit It” epitomize the singer’s outsized persona, but Keith does best when he blends his ferocious attitude with some old-fashioned twang, as on “Get My Drink On” and “Pump Jack.” A good part of Big Dog Daddy deals with nostalgia for a long- gone time and place. “White Rose” memorializes a legendary filling station that has fallen to concrete and plywood, while “Burnin’ Moonlight” outlines the night one young couple lost their virginity. In their own way, both songs address the loss of innocence. Over the course of the album it becomes clear that when the fervor of “The Angry American” cooled off, Keith found himself in a more subdued state of mind. With “Love Me If You Can” we find the singer attempting to scale back the jingoism of his most famous anthem: “I stand by my right to speak freely / But I worry 'bout what kids learn from TV / And before all the debatin' turns to angry words and hate / Sometimes we should just agree to disagree.”