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Spend the summertime naturally high
By chopping wood, the next one or five
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones' supposed to be there
We got
me.
Now you can't find a George Jones classic, in a big black book of hymns.
Oh but I'm living proof that Jesus saves in a smoky place like this.
things
Spend the summer time naturally high
By, chopping wood for next winters fire
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones is supposed to be
high (high!)
Go head, fly that thing!
High! High!
But fly alone

You always smokin' in the house
What if my mother comes over?
You can't get up and get
mileage of earth or what pie is
I'm the shaky hand that touched George Foreman in Zaire
The same hand that punched down devils that brought down
what pie is
I'm the shaky hand that touched George Foreman in Zaire
The same hand that punched down devils that brought down the towers
highway and old George Jones
I'm glad to see he's finally getting straight

And Waylon staying home and loving Jesse more these days
And nobody wants
highway and old George Jones
I'm glad to see he's finally getting straight

And Waylon staying home and loving Jesse more these days
And nobody wants
(George Jones)
« © '63 Glad Music »

Well here I stand on this high ground
Looking out over this great big town
Searching for love that didn't
highway and old George Jones
I'm glad to see he's finally getting straight

And Waylon staying home and loving Jesse more these days
And nobody wants
highway and old George Jones
I'm glad to see he's finally getting straight

And Waylon staying home and loving Jesse more these days
And nobody wants
about a lost highway
And old George Jones I'm glad to see he's finally getting straight,
And Waylon staying home and loving Jesse more these days,
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
(tony joe white)

Willie & laura mae jones
Were our neighbours a long time back
They lived right down the road from us
In a shack just like our
The cotton was high and the corn was growing fine
But that was another place and another time

Sit out on the front porch
In the evening when the sun went
highway and old George Jones
I'm glad to see he's finally getting straight

And Waylon staying home and loving Jesse more these days
And nobody wants
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
But that was another place and another time

We'd sit out on the front porch in the evenin' when the sun went
with Sprewells on my fifth wheel
My album Who Is Mike Jones, coming soon
My album Who Is Mike Jones, coming soon
Already, I pull up on Perellis with
Trying to ditch reality, by getting so, high,
Only to find out, that you can never reach the sky, 
because your roots are in, Soulsville Oh, yes they
on the corner, gonna see to that
Some like to smoke and some like to blow
Some are even strung out on a fifty dollar Jones

Some are trying to ditch reality by