Garth Brooks has recorded a handful of new songs, including his recent chart-topping single, "More Than a Memory," and his current duet with Huey Lewis on the bar-band king's old hit "Workin' for a Livin'." "There are rules you set up when you retire," Brooks said. "But I will step across the line. The duet with Huey, for example, was something I wanted to do in 1999, but Capitol [Brooks' label then] wasn't for it; they didn't want to see a crossing of the two artists. These things all have their reasons for being picked. They're dear to me."
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