Music video by Alan Jackson performing Sissy's Song. (C) 2009 Sony Music Entertainment
"Sissy's Song" is the title of a song written and recorded by American country music singer Alan Jackson. It is the fourth single release from his 2008 album Good Time, and his fifty-sixth single release overall. Jackson wrote the song after the sudden death of a housekeeper that worked at his house.
"Sissy's Song" is an acoustic mid-tempo country ballad, written by Jackson as a tribute to a housekeeper named Leslie "Sissy" Fitzgerald, who worked daily at Jackson's house. Jackson wrote the song after Sissy died in a motorcycle accident. He then went to the recording studio, and working with longtime producer Keith Stegall, made a recording of the song with just his vocals and steel-string acoustic guitar to be played for the family at her funeral. The song expresses Jackson's feeling for Sissy, in addition to hoping that "she flew up to heaven on the wings of angels."
The song's music video was directed by Scott Scovill.
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