Craig Morgan recently released his latest single, the autobiographical "When I'm Gone," and now he's produced a heartwarming video to go with it.

The montage video features never-before-seen personal photos and home movies that depict highlights of Morgan's life. They display all of the ways he has lived his life in compliance with the lyrics that flash across the screen.

"When I’m gone, tell them I laughed more than I shed tears / When I’m gone, tell them I stared down all my fears / That I danced on the wire, and I walked through the fire / That I lived every moment ’til that moment retired / So my life goes on, goes on when I’m gone," Morgan sings as images and videos of him skydiving, his time in the Army and with his family cycle across the screen. This lyric video evokes emotion that goes along perfectly with the sentimental pictures shown on the screen.

This is the first song off his upcoming album, which doesn't have a set release date or a title. He spent eight months in the studio on the project, and is excited for his fans to hear it.

"I truly felt artistic in the process of this album, and I attribute that to having taken our time," Morgan tells Taste of Country. "I just want to touch people, and I want it to motivate people to do good things. This is a very positive record."

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