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Albums:

DJ We Love Country: Country Radio's Most Requested, Vol. 2/Rockin Country/Big Country (Drew's Famous) · Double Barrel Country: The Legends of Country Music - Country Gospel (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Academy of Country Music's 101 Greatest Country Hits, Vol. 6: Timeless Country (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Academy of Country Music's 101 Greatest Country Hits, Vol. 9: Country Classics (Hutchinson, Hutch) · The Academy of Country Music's 101 Greatest Country Hits, Vol. 10: Country Roads (Hutchinson, Hutch) · Song Is Song/Album Is Album (7even) · My Song Your Song (Ikimono Gakari) · Aussie Sing Song/Another Aussie Sing Song (Slim Dusty) · Earth Song/Ocean Song (Mary Hopkin) · 200 Years of American Heritage in Song: 100 Song Collection (Great American String Band) – and 90 other albums »


the song

No one picks like Bill Monroe and don't George Jones sing great
I can tell that the people care by the people at my gate
Webb Pierce invites
When the lyrics start telling your story
And Shakespeare starts writing the play
Then those well chosen words by some
Old country verse held all your
This is real, this is your life in a song
Yeah this is country music

Are you haunted by the echo of your mother, on the phone
Cryin' as she tells
mess around and make country love
Meet me at night tonight and we'll go down by the river side
Take along some moonshine our love is much too strong
know somebody else out there's been through it
Instead of hurting by myself
Man I'll just sing along
I need to hear a loser crying
Songs about a love
story that my mama told in a house near the well

So I'll stay in the country, that's where I was born
Live my life by in Carolina, that's where I
mountaineers
We never were much bothered by time

Born in the country and I like that country song
We played for just a nickel every time we got to town
And I
mountaineers
We never were much bothered by time

Born in the country and I like that country song
We played for just a nickel every time we got to town
their land
And we're still here, but not for long
So let's raise a cold one and play all the old ones
Till we've sung the last country song

There's
song
And go rolly, oh rolly, oh rolly, oh rolly, oh rolling along

(Oh, there's nothing as gay as a day in the country
Under the wonderful skies
For
This song appears on two albums, and was first released on the Windsong album, and has also been released on the Country Classics album.


Sing songs
And I got the song of the robin
And I got a roof in the sky
Wonder why my heart keeps a throbbing, a throbbing
A son of God's country am I

And I got
the morning hurts
My god what have I done
We coulda had it all but I made you run

Oh where did I go wrong, I'm livin' my life like a country song
Oh will
the morning hurts
My god what have I done
We coulda had it all but I made you run

Oh where did I go wrong,
I'm livin my life like a country song
Oh will I get
Whenever this world starts gettin' me down
Holden' me back, makin' me frown
I need some music from guitar Town
Come on play me a country song

George
Since my daddy had passed away
But I keep his memory with me
In the songs we used to play

Singing sweet country music
Breathing clean mountain air
things ain't going my way 
Everything is gone, my life is a country song 
Oh oh, 

I jumped out of my bed this morning 
Then I heard this crunchy
And I got the song of the robin
And I got a roof in the sky
Wonder why my heart keeps a throbbing, a throbbing
A son of God's country am I

And I got
who you really are?"

Country boy, you got your feet in L.A.
But your mind's on Tennessee
Lookin' back, I can remember the time
When I sang my songs for
be country 'til the day I'm done.

City folks think I'm crude I guess
You can tell I'm a hick by the way I dress
But that don't matter I'm as happy
ole country thang
Yea, I'm gonna get my buzz on, don't wanna hear no love song
Gonna get drunk til the sun comes up, cause that's just what us rednecks
songs for free

Country boy, you got your feet in L.A.
Take a look at everything you own
But now and then, my heart keeps goin' home

Talkin'
I just threw my bottle at the jukebox
Got tired of hearing them same old songs
Gotta get myself back to Tennessee
Lord, where a country boy belongs
and as the time went by 
We found that we liked living free that way 

I got me an old Cadillac just to have around 
Cadillacs and country songs were meant to be 
I
called me by my name

Well, a friend of mine named Steve Goodman wrote that song
And he told me it was the perfect country and western song
I wrote him