It was released in May as the fifth and final single from his album Who I Am. It reached number-one on the U. Alan Jackson commented that the song was written as a joke by request of some family members. While on tour in , he decided to write it and record it. After he gave the demo tape to his brother in-law, everybody wanted to hear the song so he put it on Who I Am. The song begins with a man who is "sitting at a roadhouse.
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Ended up in my place never told me her name When I woke up, I was alone I don't understand what made her run away cuz I felt like JJ, we share the same soul. I wish I would've asked what she's about But she snuck out the back when the sun came out. I really wish that she had stayed Could've never left the bed all day Ooh but I don't even know her name Don't even know her, I-I don't even know her name Don't know her name Running down my street asking everybody And they all tell me I'm out of my mind Staring at the ceiling, I can't shake this feeling She forgot me and she's doing all right, no no.
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