Well way down yonder on the chattahoochee It gets hotter than a hoochie coochie We laid rubber on the georgia asphalt We got a little crazy but we never got caught [hook 1] Down by the river on a friday night A pyramid of cans in the pale moonlight Talking about cars and dreaming about..
Well you get down the fiddle and you get down the bow Kick off your shoes and you throw them on the floor Dance in the kitchen ’till the morning light Louisiana saturday night Waitin’ in the front yard, sittin’ on a log A single shot rifle and a one-eyed dog Yonder come our kin-folk..
We Didn’t Know That Times Were Lean Round Our House The Grass Was Green It Didn’t Seem Like Things Were All That Bad I Bet We Walked A Thousand Miles Chopin’ Cotton And Pushin’ Plows And Learnin’ How To Give It All We Had. As Life Went On And Years Went By I Saw The..
I cried a tear You wiped it dry I was confused You cleared my mind I sold my soul You bought it back for me And held me up And gave me dignity Somehow you needed me You gave me strength To stand alone again To face the world Out on my own again You..
Well, I was sitting in a roadhouse down on Highway 41 You were wipin’ off some ketchup on a table that was done I knew you didn’t see me, I was in a corner booth Of course you weren’t my waitress mine was missin’ her front tooth So I flagged you down for coffee, but..
It Cuts Every Corner Of Every Street I See It On The Face Of Everybody I Meet It Comes Out Of Nowhere, It Chills To The Bone When I’m By Myself, I’m Not Alone I’ve Tried To Run, I’ve Tried To Hide It’s Seen Me Laugh And It’s Seen Me Cry It’s Always There, Wherever..