Willie Nelson is back with new music!

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Willie Nelson is back with new music! The country legend dropped the audio for an original track, "To Get Here," off the soundtrack for the upcoming movie, Dog Years.

In the pared-down, fuss-free single, Nelson croons about difficult decisions he's had to make in the past. "All the mistakes I made, I'm glad I made them," he sings as he strums his guitar and a piano tinkles in the background. "All the wrong turns I took, I had to take them."

Nelson, 82, collaborated on the single with songwriter Diane Warren, of Aerosmith's "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" and LeAnn Rimes' "How Do I Live" fame. Rolling Stone reports that the pair decided to collaborate on the track after watching the film.

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Dog Years stars Burt Reynolds and Ariel Winter and tells the story of an aging movie star (Reynolds) who embarks on a soul-searching trip through Tennessee with a young woman (Winter). The movie, which was directed by Adam Rifkin, premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 22nd. We're adding it to our "must-watch" list now.