N.J. Woman Helps Country Music Star Keith Urban Purchase Snacks Urban was trying to buy food at a gas station but was having a problem. A woman in line offered to pay for his snacks. After telling her his name was Keith, she said he looked a lot like Keith Urban.

N.J. Woman Helps Country Music Star Keith Urban Purchase Snacks

N.J. Woman Helps Country Music Star Keith Urban Purchase Snacks

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Urban was trying to buy food at a gas station but was having a problem. A woman in line offered to pay for his snacks. After telling her his name was Keith, she said he looked a lot like Keith Urban.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Country star Keith Urban was trying to buy food at a gas station, but...

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHO WOULDN'T WANNA BE ME")

KEITH URBAN: (Singing) I got no money in my pockets.

GREENE: Why not, Keith?

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHO WOULDN'T WANNA BE ME")

URBAN: (Singing) I got a hole in my jeans.

GREENE: Another shopper, Ruth Reed, gave him a few bucks. He thanked her and introduced himself as Keith.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHO WOULDN'T WANNA BE ME")

URBAN: (Singing) My troubles behind me.

GREENE: She said he looked a lot like Keith Urban. He said he was.

(SOUNDBITE OF SONG, "WHO WOULDN'T WANNA BE ME")

URBAN: (Singing) Who wouldn't want to be me?

GREENE: It's MORNING EDITION.

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