Amber Lynn Nicol – Beach Day

Baby Wake Up It’s Time To Head Down To The Sea I’ll Bring Weed If You Bring Beer Then We Won’t Need No Money Will We? Baby Come On Let’s Mark Our Spot And Settle Down I’ll Break Out The Sunscreen And Sugar You Can Rub It About (Chorus) I Really Wish Every Single Day..
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Carrie Underwood – I Ain’t In Checotah

Where 69 Meets 40 There’s A Single Stop Light Town And Back When I Was Really Young Part Of That Burned Down On Any Given Friday Night We’d Drive A Hundred Miles Between The Sonic And The Grocery Store Laugin’ All The While With As Many Friends As I Could Pack In My Daddy’s Ford..
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Carrie Underwood – Before He Cheates

Right Now He’s Probably Slow Dancing With A Bleach Blond Tramp, And She’s Probably Getting Frisky… Right Now, He’s Probably Buying Her Some Fruity Little Drink Cause She Can’t Shoot Whiskey… Right Now, He’s Probably Up Behind Her With A Pool Stick, Showing Her How To Shoot A Combo… And He Don’t Know… That I..
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Carrie Underwood – All American Girl

Since The Day They Got Married, He’d Been Praying For A Little Baby Boy. Someone He Could Take Fishing, Throw The Football And Be His Pride And Joy. He Could Already See Him Holding That Trophy, Taking His Team To State. But When The Nurse Came In With A Little Pink Blanket, All Those Big..
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Jerrod Niemann – Lover Lover

Well the truth, well it hurts to say I’m gonna pack up my bags and I’m gonna go away I’m gonna split, I can’t stand it I’m gonna give it up and quit and aint never coming back Girl but before I get to going, I’ve got to say, I know you used to love..
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Bruce Springsteen – The Promise

Johnny Works In A Factory Billy Works Downtown Terry Works In A Rock And Roll Band Looking For That Million Dollar Sound I Got A Job Down In Darlington Some Nights I Don’t Go Some Nights I Go To The Drive In Some Nights I Stay Home I Followed That Dream Just Like Those Guys..
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Erin Hay – Redneck, Alabama

(Verse 1) She Never Liked The Way That Alabama Clay Would Cling When It Stuck To Her Bare Feet One More Heavy Burden, Tellin’ Her For Certain She’s In Redneck, Alabama On A Dead End Street (Verse 2) Raised Up Like An Outcast Heard ’em Whisper White Trash But Words Alone She Knows Don’t Make..
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