MCA Nashville recording artist David Nail will release his third album, I’m A Fire, on March 4. Nail collaborated with Frank Liddell, Chuck Ainlay and Glenn Worf on the 11-track project.
I’m A Fire features Nail’s former tourmates Little Big Town lending harmonies to the song “When They’re Gone (Lyle County),” while Lee Ann Womack joins him for a duet of Glen Campbell’s “Galveston.”
Full track listing for I’m A Fire:
1. Whatever She’s Got [Written by Jimmy Robbins and Jon Nite] 2. Broke My Heart [Written by David Nail, Scooter Carusoe and Jonathan Singleton] 3. Burnin’ Bed [Written by Bob DiPiero, Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally] 4. When They’re Gone (Lyle County) [Written by Brett Eldredge and Scooter Carusoe] 5. Brand New Day [Written by David Nail, Scooter Carusoe and Shane McAnally] 6. Kiss You Tonight [Written by David Cook, Jay Knowles and Trent Summar] 7. The Secret [Written by David Nail and Scooter Carusoe] 8. Countin’ Cars [Written by Lee Thomas Miller, Michael Dulaney and Neil Thrasher] 9. Easy Love [Written by David Nail and Lee Thomas Miller] 10. I’m A Fire [Written by Jaren Johnston and Tom Douglas] 11. Galveston [Written by Jimmy L. Webb]
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