She’s In The Kitchen At The Crack Of Dawn Bacon’s On, Coffee’s Strong Kids Running Wild, Taking Off Their Clothes If She’s A Nervous Wreck, Well It Never Shows Takes One To Football And One To Dance Hits The Y For Aerobics Class Drops By The Bank, Stops At The Store Has On A Smile…

 

Well, I Heard You Just Got Back From A Trip To Sin City There’s Something Different ’bout The Way You Look It Just Hit Me There’s Rumors Going ’round This Town Tell Me, Girl, It Didn’t Really Hurt Were You Drunk? Well, That’s What I Heard Did You Get A Butterfly, Lady Bug A Cross…

 

We Live In A Drive Through Generation About The Closest Thing To A Home Cooked Mea Is A Crazy Made In Three We Hardly Ever Gather At Our Table Life’s Too Busy To Be A Family Now If You Ask Me The Whole World Needs A Kitchen Like The One We Live In The Smell…

 

Spent Summers Throwin’ Brim In A Red Ice Chest Gave My Heart To Jesus In My Sunday Best Southern Rock Rolled From My Radio Each Night When Freebird Fell Out Of The Sky Felt Like I’d Lost An Old Friend Of Mine Saw Hate In Livin’ Color On My TV Learned Black Kids Bled Red…

 

She Got Her Smile On, Dog’on Nothing In The World’s Wrong Rolling Down A Country Road She’s My Shotgun Rider I’m The Lucky Dog Beside Her My Lips Are Where Her Kisses Go She Loves When We Go To The River And Get In The Water And Buddy She Is Hotter Than South Georgia In…

 

He had plastic bags wrapped round his shoes. He was covered with the evening news. Had a pair of old wool socks on his hands. The bank sign was flashing five below, It was freezing rain an’ spittin’ snow. He was curled up behind some garbage cans. I was afraid that he was dead. I…

 

I remember like it was yesterday those hot nights Fireflies, candy apple kiss at the county fair A little backwoods detour on the long way home To be alone, honeysuckle sweetened up the midnight air And that summer moon Shinin’ like sunlight Bouncin’ off your eyes And lightin’ up mine Just me and you Pullin’…