3 Doors Down Singled Out Week: Not Enough

Keavin Wiggins | 03-24-2021

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3 Doors Down album cover art courtesy UMe

3 Doors Down are releasing 20th Anniversary Editions of their blockbuster "The Better Life" album this week and to celebrate we asked frontman Brad Arnold to tell us the story behind some of the songs. Today he tells us about "Not Enough". Here is the story:

I'm not much of a sit in the studio and write kind of guy. I write when I'm outside cutting grass or something. Back when were teenagers I used to drive a tractor and cut grass at a refinery around all the tank fields. I wrote a lot of songs sitting out on that tractor. I guess it was just the constant hum of the motor or whatever and I would just sit there and sing. And "Not Enough"...if you listen to the lyrics you can tell that it's kind of related to going to work and stuff. It's kind of a working man's rock song. And I just wrote that song riding around on a tractor in a tank field.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen and watch for yourself below and learn more about the album here

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