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Kenny Chesney Writes Song About Alzheimer's

Kenny Chesney Writes Song About Alzheimer's

A song about Alzheimer's disease will appear on Kenny Chesney's new record Welcome to the Fishbowl. Chesney explained to Billboard magazine that while the song, titled "While He Still Knows Who I Am," is, in fact, about the debilitating disease, it also has another layer.

"[The song's] got so much more than that," Chesney says. "This guy's going back to reconnect with his father, but in a sense he's trying to connect with himself, too. He's busy and he's getting lost in the world, and that was me to a T, really."

Chesney says that the song had a particular significance for his latest LP because it set a deeper tone for the rest of the record.

"This was the first song I recorded, and how this whole thread started on this record," he adds.

Chesney's 13th record, Welcome to the Fishbowl is due out June 19 on Sony Music Nashville imprint BNA.

by RTT Staff Writer

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