Prime Video: Note To Self in the Style of Toby Keith

About the Song

Ah, life on the road – it can be a whirlwind for any country singer, but for a legend like Toby Keith, it’s been a way of life for decades. Now, picture this: you’re backstage at a packed arena, guitar in hand, ready to belt out your hits for a sea of cheering fans.

But in the midst of the pre-show chaos, a simple detail slips your mind. Maybe it’s a birthday, an anniversary, or just a phone call you promised your sweetheart. That’s the scenario that unfolds in “Note to Self,” a lighthearted tune from Keith’s 2006 album, “White Trash with Money.”

This song is a relatable reminder that even the most rugged cowboys have a soft spot. It’s a tongue-in-cheek look at the forgetfulness that can come with a busy schedule, especially for someone who thrives on the energy of live performances.

Keith, known for his tough-guy persona and patriotic anthems, throws in a dash of self-deprecating humor here, proving he can be just as charming singing about a missed call as he is belting out a rowdy drinking song.

So, if you’ve ever scrambled to make amends for a forgotten date night or a birthday gift left at home, this song is for you. “Note to Self” is a slice of country life that reminds us all, even the stars, that sometimes the most important things get lost in the shuffle.