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Willie Nelson Dusts Off His Songwriting Chops

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Willie Nelson Dusts Off His Songwriting Chops

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Willie Nelson Dusts Off His Songwriting Chops

Willie Nelson Dusts Off His Songwriting Chops

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"I've been around a lot of women, so you'd think I'd have learned more than I know. But I have learned enough to write a few stories."

— In a pair of songs on the forthcoming album Band of Brothers, Willie Nelson sings first as a male lothario, then as a woman who's lost her patience with such men. He spoke with NPR's Arun Rath about the new release; hear their conversation at the audio link.

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