COUNTRY MUSIC LYRICS

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Lyrics
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All them other boys wanna wind you up and take you downtown But you look like the kind that likes to take it way out
Thats my kinda night
We Were Walkin' in High Cotton Old times there are not forgotten
high cotton
But there was somethin bout the way The blue lights were shinin Bringing out the freedom in your eyes
cop car
I’ll never settle down, That’s what I always thought. Yeah, I was that kind of man, just ask anyone
i dont dance
I'm not big on social graces, Think I'll slip on down to the oasis
friends in low places
I was singing to you, you were singing to me I was so alive, never been more free. Fired up my daddy's lighter and we sang oh
springsteen
And that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee.
all my ex's live in texas
Got it goin' on, Like Donkey Kong And whoo-wee Shut my mouth, slap your grandma
Honky tonk badonkadonk
Buyin' drinks for everybody But the pilot, it's a party Got this 737 rocking like a G6
drunk on a plane
Same old boy Same sweet girl Ten years down the road
Dont take the girl
There's a party back in the woods tonight, Heard it through the redneck grapevine, Got a keg of beer and a bunch of girls, Sure enough gonna be a good time
small town throwdown
I like to see the sunrise, See the love in my woman's eyes Feel the touch of a precious child, And know a mothers love
Chicken fried
Yeah, when I first saw that bikini top on her, She’s poppin’ right out of the South Georgia water
Cruise
King in the can and the Marlboro man Jack 'n' Jim were a few good men Where you learned how to kiss and cuss, and fight too Better watch out for the boys in blue.
Dirt road anthem
Heading down south to the land of the pines I'm thumbing my way into North Carolina Staring up the road and pray to God I see headlights
Wagon wheel
Lyrics
Title
Watching girls in bikinis is like watching a slinky walk down the stairs Can't help but stare
girls in bikinis
I'm just watchin' her blonde hair, sun burn, stare at them, white caps rollin' over Laid back in a thrift store beach chair, droppin' limes in her Corona
beachin
Well I won 2 dollars on a scratch-off ticket So I went back to the counter and I bought 2 more with it And I, won 10 bucks and that was just right So, I bought a six pack and a bag of ice
river bank
This thing burns gas like crazy But that's all right People got their ways of copin' Oh, and I've got mine
i drive your truck
I know they say you can't go home again I just had to come back one last time Ma'am, I know you don't know me from Adam But these hand prints on the front steps are mine
the house that built me
He said, "I was in my early forties with a lot of life before me. When a moment came that stopped me on a dime
live like you were dying
Well, it's alright to be little bitty A little hometown or a big old city Might as well share, might as well smile Life goes on for a little bitty while
little bitty
This old man and me were at the bar and we Were havin' us some beers and swappin' I don't cares Talkin' politics, blonde and red head chicks Old dogs and new tricks and habits we ain't kicked
people are crazy
Not everybody drives a truck, not everybody drinks sweet tea Not everybody owns a gun, wears a ball cap boots and jeans Not everybody goes to church or watches every nascar race Not everybody knows the words to "Ring Of Fire" or "Amazing Grace"
southern comfort zone
Something about beer sitting on ice After a long hard day makes it taste just right On that dropped tailgate on a summer night Something about beer sitting on ice
somethin bout a truck
There's not enough rain in Oklahoma To wash the sins out of that house There's not enough wind in Oklahoma To rip the nails out of the past
blown away
Lord make me a rainbow, I'll shine down on my mother She'll know I'm safe with you when she stands under my colors
if i die young
Quarter in a payphone Drying laundry on the line Watching Sun Tea in the window Pocket watch for tellin' time Seems like only yesterday I'd get a blank cassette Record the country countdown 'cause I couldn't buy it yet
automatic
Back this hitch up into the water Untie all the cables and rope Step onto the astro turf Get yourself a coozie Let's go
pontoon
It started way back in third grade I used to sit beside Emmylou Hayes A pink dress, a matching bow and her pony tail She kissed me on the school bus, but told me not to tell
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