Willie Nelson and his son Micah released an ode to weed called “Die When I’m High (Halfway To Heaven),” reported Forbes.
“If I die when I’m high, I’ll be halfway to Heaven, or I might have a long way to fall,” the song begins.
“Released just ahead of Father’s Day, it’s a loving tribute to country icon Nelson,” said Jon Freeman wrote for Rolling Stone. “A gentle, lilting waltz, 'Die When I’m High' starts with Micah singing lines that sound like they have his father in mind, while Willie’s signature guitar accents chime in.”
Micah, AKA Particle Kid, said work on the song started at the beginning of the COVID pandemic.
“Sometime back in December 2020, in between endless rounds of …