Who Sang Do What You Gotta Do? Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks Sevens cover art
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Pat Flynn
release date: 1997-11-25
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Country
vocal: John Cowan and Sam Bush
mixer: Mark Miller
electric guitar: Chris Leuzinger
recording engineer: Mark Miller
bass: Mike Chapman
keyboard: Bobby Wood
acoustic guitar: Pat Flynn and Mark Casstevens
mandolin: Sam Bush
fiddle: Rob Hajacos
banjo: Béla Fleck
drums (drum set): Milton Sledge
assistant mixer: Duke Duczer
assistant recording engineer: Duke Duczer
composer: Pat Flynn
Sometimes you've got to take the heat
If you're gonna walk down the mean street
Take the heat and you see it through
"Cause sometimes it comes down to
Do what you gotta do
Sometimes it goes right down to the wire
And you might have to walk through the fire
Walk on boy all the way through
Sometimes it just comes down to
Do what you gotta do
Well there's people that'll tell you
It's just no use
And there's people that'll tell you
That you're gonna lose
People that'll tell you
Anything you're gonna listen to
Do what you gotta do
Someday they're going to call your name
They'll come looking for some one to blame
What's your name, boy
Hey, you just tell them true
"Cause they can't take the truth from you
So do what you gotta do
Well, they'll call you a hero or a traitor
But you'll find out that, sooner or later,
Nobody in this world is gonna do it for you
Do what you gotta do
There ain't nobody in this world
That's gonna do it for you
Do what you gotta do

CD 1
  • 1 Longneck Bottle
  • 2 How You Ever Gonna Know
  • 3 She’s Gonna Make It
  • 4 I Don’t Have to Wonder
  • 5 Two Piña Coladas
  • 6 Cowboy Cadillac
  • 7 Fit for a King
  • 8 Do What You Gotta Do
  • 9 You Move Me
  • 10 In Another’s Eyes
  • 11 When There’s No One Around
  • 12 A Friend to Me
  • 13 Take the Keys to My Heart
  • 14 Belleau Wood