Randy Rogers paid homage to George Strait when he performed a rendition of his classic hit, "Wrapped."

The video above takes fans into the studio as Rogers performs the song while strumming on his guitar, and the rest of his band contributes to the rendition.

"I thought I was doin' fine / About to get you off my mind / I see your face and then I'm / Wrapped around your pretty little finger again," he sings.

Rogers' cover will be included in the Strait Out of the Box: Part 2 box set, which will be released in November. 

In a recent interview, Strait said he didn't hear much of his influence in country these days, but after listening to this performance you know his career affected Rogers.

“I don’t see a lot of my influence out there in country music today, out there being played on the radio,” Strait tells the Dallas Observer. “The country music scene is always changing, and the music is always changing. I’ve seen the pendulum swing this way and back this way. It’s very country, and then not so country. I think right now it’s kind of trending back to more traditional country music, which is what I like and I like to do. So I’m glad to see that.”

Strait Out of the Box: Part 2 is slated for release on Nov. 18.

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