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There ain't nothin' I would rather see
That sleepy little campfire, popped and kinda crackled
I never knew how people wound up in a bar
I sure could use an 'atta boy' or a big ol' high-five
She put him out like the burnin' end of a midnight cigarette
(Title), just see how it feels
You know I'm stubborn, set in my ways
They read the scripture, they passed the plate
When I was ten years old, I remember thinking how cool it would be
Bomb goes off in a far-off city
Sittin' on a bench in West Town Mall
I've been waitin' all week for Saturday night
Now, there are men who make history
Empty house, empty rooms, empty bottle of Patron
I remember tryin' not to stare the night that I first met you
(Title) died at 11:09
Darlin', I've been standin' here just watchin' you all night
We cut the cake, everybody danced
We didn't care if people stared
I filled up two shopping carts late last night
I can make anybody pretty
Well I won two dollars on a scratch-off ticket
Rush-hour traffic always puts me in a bad mood
You sure got a real nice place
Page three of the County Tribune
If she was a drink, she'd be single-barrel bourbon on ice
I called to say I'm workin' late tonight
Seasons come and seasons go
She's a yellow pair of running shoes
Oh yeah, sure, no problem
When a single mom goes out a date with somebody new
Opening LyricsSongAlbum
You were a pain girl, a thorn in my side
There's an old Kodak camera in my dresser drawer
When you (title) in some far-off place
Love starts with a (title)
Hey, hey, (title)
To the man that waited on me at the Starbucks down on Main
Yesterday I thought that I was low as I could get
On my fifth birthday, I got so upset
She's got Brazilian leather boots on the pedal of her German car
I remember working on a rooftop
Every day I clock out and head straight to her house
I'm a sucker for fine Cuban cigars
When a freight train jumps off the track and rolls down my road
I said a bad word when I was a kid
I remember saying, 'I don't care either way,'
Well I'll never forget the first time that I heard
Strong like a mother holds her child
Headlights on the ceiling as she pulls into the drive
On a hill far away stood an (title)
When I looked out today and saw that the sky was gray
Kevin wasn't really all that popular in school
(Title), like it's raining at mine
(Title) thanks to me and my big mouth
To the teller down at the bank
I'm sittin' on the fender of someone else's truck
Well I love her, but I love to fish
Christine waits on tables at Clarabelle's Cafe
She's got the focus, she's got the time
I could've been workin' overtime
I never was a straight-laced, straight-A student
You're not supposed to say the word 'cancer' in a song
Opening LyricsSongAlbum
If I could write a (title)
He yelled out from the back row
(Title), on the far side of the sky
With seven billion people in this world
My buddy, Blake, was all-state with dreams of the NFL
I still can remember when Grandpa died and our ship came in
After the breakup, I really thought we'd make up
When your wheelhouse is the land of cotton
I work down at the Pizza Pit, and I drive an old Hyundai
I talked to my sister in Memphis
She doesn't dare go in the place with those bruises on her face
I like kickin' back on the sofa
Like the Ferris wheel goes around and around
How do we honor those who have fallen and died for this dream?
You may think I'm wrong for you, and you're wrong for me
She'd rather wear a pair of cut-off jeans
We work in the factories and the field
The bar was empty, I was sweepin' up the floor
So you've ruffled some feathers, yeah you've done it now
You used to say you wanted someone
Every time you take a sip in this smoky atmosphere
Thirty-six, thirty-two, blue-cut, with a Skoal ring
Baby's born in the middle of the night, local delivery room
When you see a deer, you see Bambi
Someday, I'm gonna be famous
Had the time of my life before I could see
I knew a man that once was a sinner
I've got a '69 Camaro, a Ram Jet 502
Inflatable pool, full of dad's hot air

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