Alan Jackson has always been the master of nostalgia and pulling at fans' heartstrings, and he continues to prove that fact with the moving video for his song, "The Older I Get."

Fans of Jackson's will only love him more as they watch the video, which is filled with old photographs and treasured memories from his career that might look familiar to those longtime supporters.

With nothing but a guitar, simple melody and his poignant voice, the country legend sings honestly about his feelings toward getting older, shining a positive light on a process that often carries a negative connotation.

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"And if they found a fountain of youth / I wouldn't drink a drop and that's the truth / Funny how it feels I'm just getting to my best years yet / The older I get," he tenderly sings against a backdrop of photos posing with his family and famed figures including former President George W. Bush, as well as getting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Jackson even includes some rarely seen snaps from his youth, sitting in a vintage car and heading off to a school dance with his now-wife, Denise, and posing with his parents. The "Remember When" singer also shares mementos from his career, including photos of time in the studio with George Strait, clips from his live concerts, awards show performances, famous music videos including "Remember When" and "Chattahoochee" and shots from his Country Music Hall of Fame exhibit.

Jackson was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017. Both Strait and Loretta Lynn paid tribute to the legendary singer during his induction ceremony, which marked Lynn's first public appearance since her stroke in May of 2017.

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