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60th Anniversary Oral History Project
On December 29, , Sugar Land was officially incorporated. Some of our City staff, community members and local dance groups couldn't help but break out in song and dance just thinking about this major milestone! View our special music video created in honor of the City's 60th Anniversary. The Project features oral histories and portraits celebrating the past 60 years of Sugar Land. Visit the history section on our website and learn more about the early settlers, company town roots, incorporation in , and its present growth and expansion. You can also check out our interactive historical timeline.
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It was released by Big Machine Records on April 20, , as the second single from Sugarland's sixth studio album, Bigger The song was originally written by Swift and Patrick Monahan of the American band Train , for Swift's fourth studio album, Red ; however, it did not make the final track-list. He said that when he asked Swift about collaborating on a song for Train's next album, she asked him to co-write a song for her album Red Ultimately, the song was not included on the album, but when Swift decided to put out a deluxe version of Red , Monahan thought it would finally be released. The album's track list, which was released on April 12, , shows that "Babe" is the only song on the album not co-written by Kristian Bush and Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland.
It was released in April as the second single from their debut album Twice the Speed of Life. A music video was released for the song, directed by Paul Boyd. In the video, the members of Sugarland are seen driving down a dirt road in a Cadillac. It breaks down and they stand around the smoking vehicle performing the song, until a truck drives up, and Nettles alone hops into the back. Nettles continues hitch-hiking while on the dirt road, getting on a motorcycle and in a station wagon.