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BUZZIN’ 2014

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“GOOD GUYS” 2012

  • 1 I Wanna Be That Feeling 3:07 Lyrics

    I Wanna Be That Feeling - Lyrics

    Your face lights up every time
    You talk about that one red light town you grew up in
    Your mind goes racin' down that road
    When another memory takes a hold
    And you're smilin' like you're there again

    You're cruisin' through that parkin' lot
    With a couple friends hangin' out the top
    And you remember how it felt
    Bein' young, wild, crazy, baby

    I wanna be that feelin'
    I wanna be that wind blowin' through your hair
    When life was like your favorite song
    And those summer days went on and on
    And it felt like you could do no wrong
    I wanna be that feelin'

    I wanna be a time and place
    That always takes your breath away
    Someday when you're lookin' back
    I wanna be a picture there
    In your mind that you take everywhere
    That warms your heart and makes you laugh

    Yeah, baby, these are the good ole days
    Let's make it last, what do you say?
    Remember bein' young, wild, crazy, baby

    I wanna be that feelin'
    I wanna be that wind blowin' through your hair
    Those Friday nights you were livin' for
    And that first love knockin' at your door
    And every day left you wantin' more
    I wanna be that feelin', yeah

    Yeah, when life was like your favorite song
    And those summer days went on and on
    And it felt like you could do no wrong
    That long, lost feelin'

    Those Friday nights you were livin' for
    And that first love knockin' at your door
    And every day left you wantin' more
    I wanna be that feelin', wanna be that feelin'
    Yeah, yeah, I wanna be that feelin'

  • 2 Drinking Side of Country 3:16 Lyrics

    Drinking Side of Country - Lyrics

    We played down in the ...
    We smoked ... they turn into a bar
    This pretty little red hair girl
    Took our drummer to her car
    They were getting hard and heavy
    When someone ... said
    "You ain't from around here
    Get your hands off my sister"

    We roll, we roll, we roll, we roll
    We roll down on the highway
    On the drinking side of country
    ... ever's on the run

    So we went up to ...
    Took some ... to the city
    Like some old ... tourists
    I got really ... and really silly
    ...
    You hit some pretty slick
    So we jam and then we split

    We roll, we roll, we roll, we roll
    We roll down on the highway
    On the drinking side of country
    ... ever's on the run

    ... from Minessota drinking
    Champagne and Cola kept
    ...
    She was trying to get me drunk
    I said my heart don't belong to me
    I left it back in Tennessee
    She said
    "Your heart ain't ... and I won!"

    We roll, we roll, we roll, we roll
    We roll down on the highway
    On the drinking side of country
    ... ever's on the run
    x2

    Oh no

  • 3 I Want My Life Back 4:02 Lyrics

    I Want My Life Back - Lyrics

    He was warmin' his hands with a hot coffee cup
    And pourin' in whiskey
    As I walked up, he never blinked an eye
    He just asked for a light

    I noticed he didn't have soles on his shoes
    So I pulled out a twenty, said go buy some food
    But he just stared at his cup like I wasn't there
    Then he looked at me, said son that's nice
    But there's some things money can't buy

    I want my life back, I want that house that I called home
    I want that job I worked for 22 years before I got laid off
    I want what I had when I laid down in the arms
    Of the woman that believed in me and that man I used to be
    I want my life back

    I walked through the door and sat down at the bar
    Had a shot and a beer, lit up a cigar
    It ran through my head, every word that old man said

    I had a woman that loved me with all of her heart
    But my pride and my temper made it all fall apart
    I was too headstrong to admit when I was wrong
    It's been 6 months since she moved out
    Guess my pride ain't helping me now

    I want my life back, I want that house that I called home
    I want to hear her voice and see her face every day when I get off
    I want what I had when I laid down in the arms
    Of the woman that believed in me and that man I used to be
    I want my life back

    I paid my tab and left that bar
    I grabbed my phone, jumped in my car
    I dialed her number and when she said hello, I said

    I want my life back, I want that house that I called home
    I want to hear your voice and see your face every day when I get off
    I want what I had when I laid down in the arms
    Of the woman that believed in me and the man I used to be
    I want my life back, I want my life back

  • 4 A Father's Love 3:20 Lyrics

    A Father's Love - Lyrics

    For the longest time, I guess I thought
    He didn't give a damn
    Hard to read, hard to please
    Yeah, that was my old man

    On the day I left for college
    It was nothing new
    We never had that heart-to-heart
    He had too much to do

    He checked the air in my tires
    The belts and all the spark plug wires
    Said, "When the hell's the last time
    You had this oil changed?"

    And as I pulled out the drive
    He said, "Be sure and call your mom sometime"
    And I didn't hear it then but I hear it now
    He was saying, "I love you"
    The only way he knew how

    120,000 miles
    Six years down the road
    A brand new life and a brand new wife
    We'd just bought our first home

    When he finally came to visit
    I thought he'd be so proud
    He never said he liked the place
    He just got his tool belt out

    And put new locks on the doors
    Went back and forth to the hardware store
    Said, "Come and hold this flashlight"
    As he crawled beneath the sink

    And these old wires ain't up to code
    And that circuit box is gonna overload
    And I didn't hear it then but I hear it now
    He was saying, "I love you"
    The only way he knew how

    Last Sunday, we all gathered
    For his 65th birthday
    And I knew he'd stiffen up
    But I hugged him anyway

    When it was finally time to say goodbye
    I knew what was next
    Just like he always does
    Right before we left

    He checked the air in my tires
    The belts and all the spark plug wires
    Said, "When the hell's the last time
    You had this oil changed?"

    And as I pulled out the drive
    He said, "Be sure and call your mom sometime"
    And I didn't hear it then but I hear it now
    He was saying, "I love you"
    He was saying, "I love you"
    The only way he knew how

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Bucky Covington 2007

  • 1 A Different World 3:28 Lyrics

    A Different World - Lyrics

    e were born to mothers who smoked and drank
    Our cribs were covered in lead based paint
    No child proof lids, no seat belts in cars
    Rode bikes with no helmets and still here we are, still here we are

    We got daddy's belt when we misbehaved
    Had three TV channels you got up to change
    No video games and no satellite
    All we had were friends and they were outside, playin' outside

    It was a different life
    When we were boys and girls
    Not just a different time
    It was a different world

    School always started the same every day
    The pledge of allegiance then someone would pray
    Not every kid made the team when they tried
    We got disappointed and that was all right, we turned out all right

    It was a different life
    When we were boys and girls
    Not just a different time
    It was a different world

    No bottled water, we drank from a garden hose
    And every Sunday, all the stores were closed

    It was a different life
    When we were boys and girls
    Not just a different time
    It was a different world

    It was a different life
    When we were boys and girls
    Not just a different time
    It was a different world
    It was a different world