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Darryl Worley started to gain a larger audience in 2002 when his second album, I Miss My Friend, brought him to the top of the country charts, so he was on a career upswing prior to the release of Have You Forgotten? in 2003. Have You Forgotten? contains 16 songs, with six songs apiece from Worley's first two albums, 2000's A Hard Rain Don't Last and the aforementioned I Miss My Friend, which constitute half of each record. Of the four new songs here, three are war-related and the fourth finds the singer stating "I Need a Breather," wishing he was wasting away in a Margaritaville, since he needs a break from "this angry boss man." Worley goes out of his way to align himself with the red, the white, and the blue, standing in front of the stars and stripes on the front cover and posing with troops on the back. Then, of course, there's the flag-waving fervor of "Have You Forgotten?" itself, in which Worley attempts to fuse the anger of Toby Keith with the tear-jerking Alan Jackson. The results feel more calculated than heartfelt, overshadowing the material from his first two albums, material that nonetheless suggests Worley could be a neo-traditional country singer with some real promise.

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Great Message!

It's about time we have some mainstream artists that are Pro-America, rather then the typical anti-american, hollywood sell-outs that only have hateful and negative messages. God Bless Darryl Worley! At least he has the courage to say what is unpopular among people of his profession. Keep going Darryl!!!

Tells it like it is

This song is THE BEST. If we all listened to it, we would all remember and that is his point we SHOULD NEVER FORGET.


A friendly reminder of what we are fighting for. It makes me happy that some one can be PRO-American in the music industry. Thats what country music is for these days instead of that American Idiot BS....that MTV loves


Born: October 31, 1964 in Pyburn, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Country singer/songwriter Darryl Worley grew up in Pyburn, TN, the son of a father who left his job at a local paper company to become a Methodist preacher and a mother who was a featured singer in the church choir. He became a hard-working yet rebellious young man -- earning a degree in biology with a minor in organic chemistry while drinking bootlegged whiskey and partying at honky tonks -- who never gave up on making music his full-time pursuit. While holding various jobs, including a stint as...
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