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All of Garth's fans are dying to know: Will he ever come out of retirement?

"I want to do that [tour again]," he admits. "I want to live it. Breathe it. Sleep with it. I just want to just nail it and do it and tear the city down and then say, 'I love you, goodbye,' and look at the next city and say, 'Okay, your ass is next.' You know? And you can't do that with, I'm sorry, with children. I can't. Hats off to the people that do. I can't."

Instead, he says he's concentrating on his family. "I've never been more in love with my life or felt better about myself, if that's not too egotistical," he says. "Children make you love yourself for what they see in you."

Garth offers his fans this glimmer of hope: "Our youngest baby's nine," he says. "I'm thinking when she's off to college...if there's a window that's still open and I'm not 800 pounds by then, then we'll see."

"And," Trisha adds, "If your wife says you can!"
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Published on February 14, 2006

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