George Strait could sing the phonebook and it would probably climb to the top of the charts!
His voice is unlike any other and he will always be known as The King of Country.
In this special live performance, The King performed his latest hit, at the time, "Love Without End, Amen".
"Love Without End, Amen" was released in 1990 as the lead-off single from Strait's album Livin' It Up. It spent five weeks at Number One on the country charts.
The song tells a story about a boy who is sent home from school for fighting. After he tells his father what happened, he expected a harsh punishment. To his surprise, his father told him that "Daddies don't just love their children every now and then/It's a love without end, amen."
Although he didn't actually write the song, it has parallels to Strait's life. The lyrics "When I became a father in the spring of '81/There was no doubt that stubborn boy was just like my father's son" are proven to be true since his son, Bubba, was born in 1981.
The two have a very close bond; Bubba has actually co-written most of Strait's more recent songs.
Watch the incredible live performance below.
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