Sometimes someone or something comes to your life by accident or it could be that someone up there planned it all along. This was encountered by Tracy Byrd when he released his single “The Keeper of the Stars.”

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Tracy Byrd. Photo courtesy of texashistory.unt.edu

Tracy Byrd’s top-charting Album and Songs

In 1994, Byrd was given the chance to release the biggest album in his career, No Ordinary Man. The album included songs he released as singles that all reached the top 5 of the country chart. Furthermore, his album was able to sell two million copies. Therefore, it was Platinum-certified by RIAA. Byrd’s career skyrocketed because of his album as well as the songs he released individually. However, one particular song from his album wasn’t meant to be released as a single, “The Keeper of the Stars.” The mentioned song was released by Byrd’s team due to popular demand. Why did people want the song to be released as a single? What’s it all about? Let’s find out.

“The Keeper of the Stars”

“The Keeper of the Stars” can be the perfect wedding song on your special day or it can be a song dedicated to someone you love. The story is all about a man thanking someone up above for bringing him the love of his life. He believed that meeting the woman he loves is not only by chance but God, whom he calls the keeper of the stars, was the reason why he met his wife.

I tip my hat to the keeper of the stars
He sure knew what he was doin’
When he joined these two hearts

Now we know why people liked this song. It’s romantic and classy, a combination that is often encountered in country songs.

This single of Byrd was the highest-charting song from his album, reaching number two on the country charts of the Billboard. In addition, his song won the 1996 ACM Song of the Year.

Dickey Lee, Danny Mayo, and Karen Staley wrote the song.

We hope you enjoyed Byrd’s song.

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