Alan Jackson Reveals Fave Alan Jackson Song

Alan, Garth Brooks inducted into Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.

So when being inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, there's a lot of talk about songs.

Alan Jackson reveals to CountryWeekly.com that "Remember When"—which spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard country singles chart in 2004—is probably his favorite Alan Jackson song.

“I can’t remember all the songs I’ve written. When I pull ’em out and start listening or thinking about them, there’s a song, ‘Remember When,’” he said. “It’s not completely autobiographical, but there’s a lot of me and [my wife] Denise in there. I’ve always been proud of that song.”

Alan and Garth Brooks were inducted Sunday night (Oct. 16) at the annual awards dinner hosted by Nashville Songwriters Association International.

Taylor Swift won songwriter/artists of the year for the fourth year in the last five. “If I Die Young,” by The Band Perry, was named song of the year.

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