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living room.

"Can you teach me track five Mr. Blake?"
"Hey, I wrote that song and it goes like this!"

[REPEAT CHORUS]
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
livin' my life like a country song
Oh how did I screw up, spent last night in my pickup truck
It's bad, so sad, I ended up losing everything I had
Love
a country song
Oh how did I screw up,
Spent last night in my pickup truck
Its bad, so sad, I ended up losing everything I had
Love left town and my whole
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
I picked last night in Tucson I sang 'em a country song
Missed my plane this morning Lord cause we parted all night long
I'm out here now usin' my
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
Peace, this is Spike Lee
A.k.a. Shelton Jackson Lee
A.k.a. loving husband and father
Of Tonya and Satchel and Jackson
I'm here with De La Soul
this country
And they'll tell you not to listen to this here song
And that far-off sound of freedom's
Gonna be an echo from the past
And the final tune
even 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 & western song
I
even 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 & western song
I
check buy my drink, find me a lil 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,
never even called me by my name.

(spoken:)
Well, a friend of mine named Steve Goodman wrote that song,
and he told me it was the perfect country
even 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 & western song
I
featuring Blake see  Jay Z  Mr. Bristal 



[Blake C] 

What you sayin'? 

Roc A Fella (uh huh) 

Gener al (uh huh) 

B.I.G. (right on)
! farewell to thy numbers.
This sweet wreath of song is the last we shall twine;
Go, sleep with the sunshine of fame on thy slumbers,
Till touch'd by some
Somewhere on a lonely muddy country road 
I heard your song, crow, for the first time 
Somewhere in the distance wicked, black and low 

Made me
of knowing
It'd be the last trip of his life

Calvin, Blake and Wilson
Gambled in the dark
Not one of them would ever live to
Tell the tale on the disembark
Remember that summer
Down by the shoreline
I still can hear those old
Forgotten songs
And we made promises
To last forever
I just canĀ“t belive
It's not usual, the game be, all up on some South shit
Straight west coasting, you can tell by my outfit
Red 'nati fitted, "Blood in, Blood out"
answer.

I bet you're in a bar,
Listening to a country song.
Glass of Johnny Walker Red,
With no one to take you home.
They're probably closing down,
by the sea
O're the water to Kintyre
The pretties pace you'll ever see

To the pubs and bars of Oban
They're all proud of their old country
They're all
the younger generation knew it would last
Time's gone by, the beat goes on
But every time I hear it Lord it takes me home

I was raised on rock, I got
it would pass
But the younger generation they knew it would last
Time gone by, the beat goes on
And every time I hear it, it takes me home

I was
the younger generation knew it would last
Time's gone by, the beat goes on
But every time I hear it Lord it takes me home

I was raised on rock, I got