QUESTION:

In September 2005, who had a hit with “Who You’d Be Today,” a song in which the narrator describes how much he misses a person that has passed away?

 

 

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ANSWER:

Kenny Chesney. The song was written by Aimee Mayo and Bill Luther and was a cut from Chesney’s album “The Road and the Radio.”