No, my son's a songwriter and he does that.
And then, when I started to school, I found out I couldn't talk.
Well, no, you can prepare it all you want, but I'd still stutter.
Or in the early days we didn't have the bus, we had a station wagon.
I'll do about 13 shows in Branson next year, and I'll be performing at the Grand Palace.
Well, you know, back then there wasn't many albums, it was the singles. You sold singles.
I didn't get to meet Hank Williams. I was in the Air Force on Okinawa when he passed away.
And I got to know Red Foley well. And I got to know Lefty really well, he was a great guy.
But now I've been in the arena for 47 years and I stutter less today than I did in those days.