Hank williams jr. i'm in no condition - i'm gonna break your heart



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The two entertainers have had considerable success on their separate paths in the years that followed: Williams, the country singer embracing Southern rock; and Daniels, the Southern rocker embracing his country roots. Today, nearly 40 years after "Family Tradition" unleashed its defiant, individualistic yell and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" put the trash-talking devil in his place, both Williams and Daniels have channeled that renegade spirit into uncommonly outspoken support of conservative politics.

We can’t know what it was like to wrestle with that legacy, to try to honor all that came before, but not wind up a pale approximation of country’s greatest ghost. Born Randall Hank Williams, but singing as Hank Williams, Jr. before he was 10, the son never had much in the way of a career choice. The choice wasn’t whether he’d sing, but what, how and why. “Other kids could play cowboys and Indians and imagine that they’d grow up to be cowboys,” he wrote in his Living Proof autobiography. “I couldn’t do that. I knew that I would never grow up to be a cowboy or a fireman or the president of the United States. I knew I’d grow up to be a singer. That’s all there ever was, the only option, from the beginning.”


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