Hear the title track of Willie Nelson’s new album, Ride Me Back Home

The record's out on June 21

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Willie Nelson has announced that his new album Ride Me Back Home will be released by Legacy Recordings on June 21.

Hear the title track below:

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The album features several new songs co-written by Nelson with longtime producer Buddy Cannon, as well as covers of songs by Billy Joel (“Just the Way You Are”), Mac Davis (“It’s Hard to Be Humble”) and Guy Clark (“Immigrant Eyes” and “My Favorite Picture of You”). Check out the full tracklisting below:

01. Ride Me Back Home
02. Come On Time
03. My Favorite Picture of You
04. Seven Year Itch
05. Immigrant Eyes
06. Stay Away From Lonely Places
07. Just The Way You Are
08. One More Song To Write
09. Nobody’s Listening
10. It’s Hard To Be Humble (with Lukas Nelson and Micah Nelson)
11. Maybe I Should’ve Been Listening

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