“The Chair” is a country song written by Hank Cochran and Dean Dillon and recorded by American country  artist George Strait. It was released in August 1985 as the first single from Strait’s album Something Special. The song reached number one on the country charts in both the United States and Canada in 1985.

The song tells the story of a man who is sitting in an empty bar, contemplating his life. He sees a woman sitting alone in the corner and decides to strike up a conversation. They talk for hours and the man finds himself drawn to her. He asks her to dance and they spend the rest of the night together.

The next morning, the man wakes up alone in his bed. He wonders if he imagined the whole thing, but then he sees the woman’s still sitting in the corner. He knows that she was real and that he will never forget her.

“The Chair” is a beautiful and moving song about love, loss, and longing. It is a classic country song that has stood the test of time. Strait’s vocals are smooth and expressive, and the lyrics are simple yet powerful. The song is a perfect example of why Strait is considered the King of Country

The song’s title has a number of different meanings. On one level, it is a literal reference to the that the man and woman sit in during their conversation. However, the  can also be seen as a symbol of the woman herself. She is the one who brings the man out of his shell and helps him to forget his troubles. She is the one who gives him hope for the future.

The song’s message is one of hope and redemption.** The man in the song is at a low point in his life when he meets the woman. He is lonely and lost, but she helps him to find his way. She shows him that there is still love and happiness to be found in the world.

“The Chair” is a timeless classic that will continue to be enjoyed by country  fans for generations to come. It is a song about the power of love and the importance of never giving up hope.