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by himself.
Those songs old George was singing they some how eased the hurt.
And Jesus did not turn me out when a bar room was my church.

George
Ernest Tubb or George D Hay Wes Rose and here's to Hank
I used to sit around at night with my old beat up guitar
And I'd wonder how it felt to be a country
of the great white way

Accepted by Manhattan's elite
In all the places that were chic
No party was complete without George

Along the boulevards he'd
of the great white way

Accepted by Manhattan's elite
In all the places that were chic
No party was complete without George

Along the boulevards he'd
treat me right
It's a lonesome old town tonight
I'm passin' through I'm not here to stay
A friend he told me that she came this way
He said that he saw
a hold on me
Will I live for another day?
Hey, Will I live for another day?

Well the queen of George street just went walking on by
Walking on by
of himself, no
He used to see the pity
His mothers drunken boyfriend
Hanging out by the corner store
There was a very old lady
That used to call him baby
no
He used to see the petty
His mothers drunken boyfriend
Hanging out by the corner store
Their was a very old lady
That used to call him baby
Cash
How about old Jimmy Buffet bring him in there when that's sun shining,
George Strait an old friend
Can’t forget Hank Jr and all his rowdy friends
waiting for you"
And there they were standing side by side smiling at me
Tex Ritter Johnny Horton George Morgan
Dottie West and Keith Whitley
And then he
the town!"
I said "Soul Boy, what's with the frown?"
But in return, all you could say was
"Hi George, meet my fiancee"

[Chorus]
Young guns,
Having some
Funk is my mother, George is my father
Obsessed with creating another author
Now I remember back when everything was On the One
(Nah, they couldn't
laughed at you.
Is it coming true what your friends said in the last seats in backa you
No they're wrong. Like the way George Bush spoke Sadaam at you
the town!"
I said "Soul Boy, what's with the frown?"
But in return, all you could say was
"Hi George, meet my fiancee"

[Chorus]
Young Guns,
Having some
(2) Which part dem gone
Which part dem deh ...

Best to strike when irons hot,
It will not bend when cold....
Not to late to learn my friend
Wisdom
and died
Freed the slaves so they put him on the five
And how much in my old time friend
They put his face on the front of the ten
They are the dead
(dear lord) 

I don't want to stand here
All night in this bar
(no shit!) 

I don't want to stand here
All night in this bar! 

By two o'clock,
My friends (as one) all stand aligned 
Although their taxis came too late. 
There was a rush along the Fulham Road. 
There was a hush in the Passion
(Jimmy P. Brown II, George Ochoa)
I'm so tired of all this guile
Homo's saying they're not perverted
It's an alternative lifestyle
Law enforcement,
[Intro: George Bush]
"There's an old saying in Tennesse, I know it's in Texas, it's probably in Tennesse
 that says fool me once... shame on...
old black man never had a friend
Sittin' on the roof top listenin' to the wind
My life is on the end my grin is pretend
I'm a die in my rockin' chair
Country fried, baptized in gravy
I can't wash off what the good Lord made ya
No matter how far that highway goes
An old dirt road'll get you home
the town!"
I said "Soul Boy, what's with the frown?"
But in return, all you could say was
"Hi George, meet my fiancee"

Young Guns,
Having some fun
Mark volman (vocals)
Howard kaylan (vocals)
Ian underwood (keyboards, woodwinds)
Aynsley dunbar (drums)
George duke (keyboards, trombone)
Martin
Mark volman (vocals)
Howard kaylan (vocals)
Ian underwood (keyboards, woodwinds)
Aynsley dunbar (drums)
George duke (keyboards, trombone)
Martin