Alan Jackson, w/ Jimmy Buffett - It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere
It's become an anthem for many of us! Jim "Moose" Brown wrote "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" with Don Rollins. Although Brown had several other cuts recorded by other artists, this song was the first to make the final cut of an album. The title lyric was inspired by a teacher who worked with Rollins. Brown recorded the demo and offered it to Kenny Chesney, who turned it down. It was then offered to Jackson, who said that he was looking for a song that he could record as a duet with Buffett.