His Old Man Was A Rebel Yeller Bad Boy To The Bone, He’d Say “You Can’t Trust That Other Feller” He’d Judge ’em By The Tone Of Their Skin He Was Raised To Think Like His Dad Narrow Minded, Full Of Hate On The Road To Nowhere Fast Until The Grace Of God Got In..
Granddaddy used to sit me on his knee And tell me how it was in the old country Famine and floods and crops that failed I’d listen for hours as he told his tale He said “there must have been a curse on the family name” But he swore he’d be the one to break..
Who’s that girl I believe i’ve seen that face before Who’s that girl I hardly recognize her anymore I don’t believe i’ve seen her lookin’ better Now she’s back and got her life together She ain’t draggin’ ’round the same old heartache She ain’t lookin’ through innocent eyes And though it’s clear in the mirror..
Me an earl was haulin’ chickens Ona flat bed outta’ wiggins And we ‘as spent all night On the uphill side Of 37 miles o’ hell Called wolf creek pass… which is up on the great divide. We was sittin’ there suckin’ toothpicks Drinkin’ nehis an’ onion soup mix, An’ i says earl, let’s mail..
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..
Used To Set My Life On Cruise Control Days Just Rollin’ On Thought I Was Doing All Right Alone Then I Saw Your Smile, And Then You Looked My Way And Everything Changed CHORUS: And I Don’t Know How I Got By How I Survived Life Living Without You Know Now What I Was Missin’..