Alan Jackson

Rockie burned up the movie screen and I was turnin seventeen
Tie-dyed shirts and Levis jean, lookin cool at the Dairy Queen
Tryin to impress a young woman in her Sunday dress

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I work a forty hour week and I earn my keep
And I try to walk proud and tall
I keep my nose to the ground, I don't get behind
And I don't back up at all

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Work, work all week long
Punchin' that clock from dusk till dawn.
Countin' the days till Friday night
That's when all the conditions are right.
For a good time

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There's
Satellite communications
Long distance
Internet relations
The world's
A little faster every day
I know it's all
Well and good

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I wish I could back up and start all over
Cause now I'd know better the best way to love her
The words I would tell her the time I would give her

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If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly
Common man of men and the King of many
Hed lay his hands on his brother man, save us all from the sinnin

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What'll it be he asked,
What do you need tonight
Something cold to drown the fire,
Something hot to stir one up
I'll make it simple I said,

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Laid back in Low Key, you and me on that white powered beach
Side by side with the sand and the sea, laid back in Low Key

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Look at me
And tell me
You don't love me
Take my hand and say
It can't be
Kiss me once and just
Before you walk away
Listen first to what

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It happens everytime I think about the reasons why I sittin here alone at night at night and not with you

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(feat. Martina McBride)

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I shaved my face and combed my hair, put on a new pair of underwear
And sat on the porch with my Labrador like a hundred other times before

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I'm usually strong
Keep love all away
Wall around my heart
So it won't have to brave
But you take me some place that I've never been

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Why did she have to go
So young I just don't know why
Things happen half the time
Without reason without rhyme
Lovely, sweet young woman

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Born the middle son of a farmer
And a small town Southern man
Like his daddy's daddy before him
Brought up workin' on the land
Fell in love with a small town woman

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Theres an old hardwood tree starin through the glass at me
Its been there since eighty-five, sometimes I think it reads my mind

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Tonight it doesn't feel like it did last night
I'm feeling warm if inside
Since I saw your face
Since I looked in your eyes
There's a change in this place

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