George Strait’s “Living and Living Well” was released in February 2002. The song was composed by Mark Nesler, Tony Martin, and Tom Shapiro. This is the second single that is included in Strait’s album The Road Less Traveled.
George Harvey Strait is not only an American country music singer, but he is also an actor, songwriter, and music producer. He is popularly known as the “King of Country” and became one of the most influential and well-known recording artists of all time. Strait became famous for his simple cowboy look and was a pioneer in the neotraditional country movement.
Is There Actually A Difference Between “Living and Living Well?
The song “Living and Living Well” by George Strait taught us the difference between living and living well which is when you are with someone you love.
“You can’t have it all. All by yourself.” Some people love to live alone, however, the song says that you can’t have it all by yourself. You have to share your life with someone else so you can be complete. “Something’s always missing. ‘Til you share it with someone else.”
You can simply live by yourself, however, if you really want to live well, then you need someone to be by your side. “There’s a difference in living and living well.”
In June 2002, “Living and Living Well” by George Strait became number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks. On the Billboard Hot 100, it reached number 27, which is why the song was considered a minor crossover hit. For the week of February 16, 2002, the song made it to number 59 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks.
Get inspired and watch the video of the song below: