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"Walkaway Joe" is a melody composed by Vince Melamed and Greg Barnhill, and recorded by American down home music artist Trisha Yearwood, with foundation vocals from Don Henley of the Eagles. It was discharged in November 1992 as the second single from her collection Hearts in Armor. The melody arrived at number 2 on the U.S. Announcement nation outlines. Matthew McConaughey shows up as the male lead in the music video.
"Walkaway Joe" is a mid-rhythm anthem depicting a bombed relationship started by an over-excited 17-year-old young lady ("Such are the fantasies of a regular person/Ninety miles an hour down darlings' path") and a uninterested male (probably setting out on an existence of wrongdoing, as prove in the melody's subsequent section), or "Walkaway Joe."
After an exhibition on The Tonight Show, Yearwood met Don Henley of the Eagles and, subsequent to being welcome to sing on her subsequent collection, he headed out to Nashville, Tennessee and recorded foundation vocals for the song.
Matthew McConaughey shows up in the music video.
The tune showed up in the CBS show Touched by an Angel. Scene 512 of the show entitled "Numb-skull For Love" depended on the tune.
Thom Jurek portrayed the tune well in his survey of Hearts in Armor,saying, "Yearwood's recounting to the story she tells best, average workers love gone bad." In an audit of Yearwood's 1997 biggest hits bundle (Songbook) A Collection of Hits, Gordon Ely of the Richmond Times stated, "It's not only an incredible melody. It's noteworthy and just a shade short of unadulterated verse. Also, it will be with us for a long time."
The tune was named for Best Country Vocal Performance, Female at the 1994 Grammy Awards.
"Walkaway Joe" appeared at number 60 on the U.S. Board Hot Country Singles and Tracks for the seven day stretch of November 7, 1992.
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