|What does I'll Go On Loving You mean?|
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|-||In 2010, Jackson left Arista Records to enter a partnership between EMI Records and his own label, Alan's Country Records (ACR). In his 22 years with Arista, Jackson sold over 50 million albums. His 17th studio album, <b>Thirty Miles West</b>, is the first project under the partnership. His nephew, Adam Wright, co-wrote the album's first single, "You Don't Have to Love Me Anymore." Jackson told <i>The Boot</i> that the demo, "raised the hair on my arms," and is the type of sad, emotional song that makes him want to be in Country music.|