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Can you name the Phil Vassar songs by lyrics

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T-bones for the grill, hey ain't it great to rough it
The windows down and the smell of fresh cut hay, hey hey If that Chevy could talk, the stories she'd tell About broken hearts and love and raising hell
Uncle Joe and Uncle Jake Haven't spoken since '98, just said 'Hello.'
It ain't nothin but oxygen, water and sun to the sunlight
'Cause I laugh everytime I start to think about us We sent that summer out in style And she's gone but she let me with a smile
If I could reach inside your heart I'd make you mine again It doesn't really matter who's wrong or right
Now she's two-years-old an' she's my biggest fan. An' I'm wrapped round the finger of her little hand
There's a little place I sometimes go To celebrate or if I'm feeling low
In a world where love and heroes fade away
And I can finally face the facts you ain't never coming back and maybe then maybe we can be just friends
Got a lead foot down on my accelerator and the rearview mirror torn off
I know that we can make it We can make it with a little luck
I could live forever and never top this Oh, I'm in poll position
But why is my heart so weak and my memory so strong?
It's the middle of the summer and you're floating on a river
That's something I could never have done
When you're dressed up or you're dressed down
Baby, don't kick it. I promise I'll fix it Long about a million other things
She's got black leather britches and long, long legs She's got a booty tattoo red lips and a tounge
Take the past and rearrange it I would, baby, yes, I would
Sometimes you're the king, sometimes you rule Sometimes youre the joker man or playing the fool
It's written all over your face There's no mistake, no guess, no doubt No beatin' around the bush Baby it's understood
You better watch how much you drink He might look better than you think
Anytime I needed you here to comfort me
I missed the first steps my daughter took The time my son played Captain Hook in 'Peter Pan' I was in New York, said 'Sorry son, Dad has to work'
You know we raised a lot of hell when we were younger They thought we were crazy but we had the hunger
Maybe now I've conquered all my adolescent fears
The smoker's smokin' and the hot-tub is bubblin' Snuggle up next to me honey, and give me some more of that lovin'
With a promise that's more than just someone's last name
She was the whiz kid in horned rim glasses
I'm commited, I'm in love, and I'm desperate
Under the bed, up on some shelf Behind these walls we built ourselves
An' I'm gonna put on a little music, An' turn down the lights. An' I'm gonna wrap my arms around you, An' rock you all through the night,
There ain't a car on the planet that he can't fix He swears on his chrome-plated ratchet That his heaven on earth
We ran off on graduation night Thought a couple of left hand rings Would make everything all right

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