[verse 1] She took down the photograph Of our wedding day Ripped it down the middle And threw my half away And i got nobody to blame but me I got nobody to blame but me She broke all my fishing rods Put my guns in hock Threw my clothes out in the yard And..
Yes i live in a single wide, to get up here it takes a four wheel drive. Got a mean ass dog whose name is sickem sam. I got a motor hangin from a tree, a satellite dish and a trampoline. A sixty-eight red chevelle, been known to raise a little hell. All night, bar..
It’s a town just outside of nowhere With a general store and one lamp pole We got wheat fields saw mills and coal mines Down home country folks Raise on 4h and dance hall auctions Spaghetti dinners and parking lot fights How it might be a little backwards But ’round here it’s alright The people..
Do You Really Think You Know, Exactly Where I Stand, Or Did I Just Let You Down, When You Found Out I Was Just A Poor Man, I Might Of Took A Few Wrong Turns, Down A Few Wrong Roads, Wound Up In A Few Wrong Towns, Where Nobody Cares Or Goes. It Ain’t That..
Crank It. Where She Grew Up, There Ain’t No Roads. Out In The Sticks Where The Ginseng Grows. She’d Float Down The River To Get To School, Then Her Daddy’d Come Get Her On An Old Pack Mule. She Run Back And Forth From Shed To Shack. Checkin’ On The Moonshine Brewin’ Out Back. If..
She hung her halo up And put her boots on She got all prettied up Rockin’ in the mirror To a country song Girls in the driveway pickin’ her up She can hear that bass drum kickin’ All week long she been bottled up Like a time bomb ticking Aw, now look at her go..
Hold on my buddies On the block good bye As we drove away i wiped a tear from my eye I thought my life had come to an early end But this is where the story begins My daddy promised me i’de make new friends But still i wondered how in a town of only..