Glen Campbell: 20 Essential Songs

From his signature "Rhinestone Cowboy" to an unconventional Foo Fighters cover

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"I Wanna Live" (1968)

"I wanna live 'til I get old / I wanna watch all of this grow," sings a 31 year-old Campbell on this sweeping, romantic song written by "Tobacco Road" songwriter John D. Loudermilk. "I Wanna Live" became Campbell's first Number One hit in 1968, but the Rhinestone Cowboy only began his legacy here, turning an initial brush with fame into one of the longest-running legacies in country music. 

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