Craig Morgan Greer born July 17, is an American country music artist. A veteran of the United States Army as a forward observer , Morgan began his musical career in on Atlantic Records , releasing his self-titled debut album for that label before the closure of its Nashville division in These produced several chart hits, including " That's What I Love About Sunday ", which spent four weeks at the top of the Billboard country charts while also holding the No. Morgan has charted seventeen times on the Billboard country charts. He served on active duty for nine and a half years in the US Army as a member of the st and 82nd Airborne Divisions and remained in the reserves for another six and a half years. Upon his return home to Tennessee, he worked various jobs to support his family, including as a construction worker, a security guard and a Wal-Mart employee. In , Morgan signed with Broken Bow Records. The label released his second album, I Love It , in March
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Craig Morgan had a successful career as a member of the U. Since releasing his eponymous debut record in , Morgan has dropped eight studio albums and charted 15 Top 20 singles. His material covers everything from heartache to fun in the country sun. Which of Morgan's tunes are his very best, though? The following are The Boot's picks for his Top Morgan still often plays the song near the start of his shows to help energize the crowds. I write and sing about the little things, the simple things, the everyday stuff. That's what this song is about -- it's everyday stuff that people do. Written by Morgan and Kerry Kurt Phillips, "Almost Home" started with an idea about a businessman who was dreaming on a flight; the men eventually landed on the idea of the song being about a homeless man.