George Strait “Troubadour” [Videos and Lyrics]

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Watch country music star George Strait perform his song "Troubadour" live at Gruene Hall! Also, take a look at the official music video and lyrics...

Country music icon George Strait‘s “Troubadour” was released in 1993 as the title track of his album by the same name. The song, written by Leslie Satcher and Monty Holmes, reached No. 7 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts. Watch the star performing the song live, the official music video, and check out the lyrics below!

George Strait “Troubadour” – Live from Gruene Hall (Official Live Video)

George Strait “Troubadour” Official Music Video

“Troubadour” Lyrics

I still feel 25 most of the time.
I still raise a little cain with the boys.
Honky Tonks and pretty women,
But Lord I’m still right there with ’em
Singing above the crowd and the noise…

[CHORUS]
Sometimes I feel like Jesse James
Still tryin’ to make a name.
Knowing nothing’s gonna change what I am.
I was a young troubador
When I wrote in on a song.
And I’ll be an old troubador when I’m gone…

Well the truth about a mirror…
Is that a damn old mirror…
Don’t really tell the whole truth.
It don’t show what’s deep inside.
Or read between the lines.
And it’s really no reflection of my youth…

[CHORUS]
Sometimes I feel like Jesse James
Still tryin’ to make a name.
Knowing nothing’s gonna change what I am.
I was a young troubador
When I wrote in on a song.
I’ll be an old troubador when I’m gone…

I was a young troubador
When I wrote in on a song.
And I’ll be an old troubador when I’m gone…
I’ll be an old troubador when I’m gone…

 

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