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Georgie-Porgie, all night long
How was I to know what I was in for
I had it rockin' and a rollin' for a while, by George

By, by, by, by George

We bought
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
the countryside. My name is St. George. I'm a knight.
 Saturday, July 10th. 8:05 pm. I was working out of the castle on the night
watch when a call came in from
When our country was a baby and the Redcoats had their way
Is was he who had a party tossin' tea in Boston Bay
It was he who braved the winter in
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.
what it buys

In the hard country
Making a living by the sweat of my brow
Hard country
Looking at the world from the back of a plow

An honest
your country should come before yourself
Ya can better serve your country, by living somewhere else

In a land that's short on heroes, they trade our
I was roaming round in Nashville in the state of Tennessee
For I love that country music it's as soulful as can be
I have gathered their the records
or five
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones' supposed to be there
We got forty acres of corn in the ground
Tennessee taters we sell by
country
It doesn't even have a patron saint
It's just an economic union
That's past its sell-by date

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with
country
It doesn't even have a patron saint
It's just an economic union
That's past its sell-by date

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with
WHAT'S IN OUR HEARTS
(George Jones â?? Country Johnny Mathis)
« © '63 Glad Music »
WITH MELBA MONTGOMERY

Everybody tells me you're a cheater
Yes
country
It doesn't even have a patron saint
It's just an economic union
That's past its sell-by date

Take down the Union Jack
It clashes with
George A. was at the movies in December '41
They announced it in the lobby what had just gone on
He drove up from Birmingham back to the family's
the countryside. My name is St. George. I'm a knight.
 Saturday, July 10th. 8:05 pm. I was working out of the castle on the night
watch when a call came in from
Back in the country, living on the Double E
In the sunshine of her life
There's already a young fellow but Mom and Daddy won't let her leave
Mom
Back in the country
Living on the Double E
In the sunshine of her life.

There's a really young filly
But Mom and Daddy won't let her leave.
Someday I'm gonna get a dog
And the dog's gonna run free
And I won't need a collar or a leash
Cause I'll be living in the country

and when somebody
want to crib me, way out in the country 
I'm city like street lights and some games that be fights 
Never worked on my left so it's hard to be right
Momma I guess you heard
I got married Tennessee
I got a blue eyed girl
Who thinks the world of me

We got a cabin in the country
And a creek
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson
Samuel Adams, First Chief Justice John Jay
Names synonymous with the spirit of our country
Founding fathers
your world.
I can picture you in cowboy boots,
I can picture you a country girl.
Once you give me a try 
then you'll know why
you can't get enough.
Writers: "Country" Johnny Mathis, V. Frank & George Jones

(Changed his name from Brown to Blue)

We stood there in the courthouse room
So close yet
Written by Lowell George
© Naked Snake Music

Well I am just a vagabond
A drifter on the run
And eloquent profanity
It rolls right off my tongue
In seventy-six the sky was red
thunder rumbling overhead
Bad King George couldn't sleep in his bed
And on that stormy morn, Ol' Uncle Sam was