JAMEY JOHNSON lyrics - The Guitar Song

Good Times Ain't What They Used To Be

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I thought Jack Daniels was the working man's tea It was the windows to the life I used to lead I used to ramble like a feather in the breeze But nowadays the Good Times Ain't What They Used to Be Back home on those backroad, everybody's movin' slow 'Til I hit that highway just as fast as I could go I think that high road's been cacthin' up to me 'Cause nowadays the Good Times, Lord Ain't What They Used to Be And nowadays I dream of an old cane pole My baby's sweet tea and my favorite fishin' hole I sit down on that bank underneath the shade tree And I thank God the Good Times, Lord Ain't What They Used to Be I sit down on that bank underneath the shade tree And I thank God the good times, Lord, ain't what they used to be I thank God the Good Times Ain't What They Used to Be

Family Tree

AARON WATSON "The Underdog"
Sunday afternoon church potluck George Jones blaring from my grandpa's truck Granny's fried chicken and her sweet tea Now that's a bittersweet memory The old tire swing where my little boys play Well, that was me only yesterday Doing double back flips off the branch in the tank Kissing on you and fishing from the bank We've had some good times, got through the bad times The sound of laughter always covers up the sad times Strong as an oak, solid as a hickory That's a love made in the shade of our family tree Passed down from my granny and my grandpa Mom and daddy kept it safe, kept it sturdy and tall Summers were hot, winters were long But our roots were deep and our faith was strong Now some are gone, and some are all grown You and me, baby, branched out on our own With every sunset comes another sunrise I can see my daddy in our little boys' eyes We've had some good times, got through the bad times The sound of laughter always covers up the sad times Strong as an oak, solid as a hickory That's a love made in the shade of our family tree Lost love once throughout the years Remember their smiles and dry those tears 'Cause they'll live on in your heart and mine So let love grow like a country vine We've had some good times, got through the bad times The sound of laughter always covers up the sad times Strong as an oak, solid as a hickory That's a love made in the shade of our family tree Made in the shade of our family tree Sunday afternoon church potluck George Jones blaring from my grandpa's truck A family that prays together Is a family that stays together Love the Lord thy God and Savior With all your heart and love thy neighbor [x2]

Talk About The Good Times

JERRY REED "Georgia Sunshine"
Huh, yeah Here we come Well I remember when I was just children A time when people used to treat the neighbor like a fellow man And all their singin' and their big prayer meetin's When a man was proud to walk up and shake his neighbor's hand Oh, You talk about the good times, talk about the good times Oh, if you ever needed help, a friend was there Some good neighbor, helped lift your burdens Oh and the simple joys of life your friends would share But the times are harder and the people are changin' Today most folks couldn't tell you, who their next door neighbors are All the guns are loaded, the front doors are bolted Ain't this ol' world takin' hate and fear just a little too far Let's talk about the good times, let's talk about the good times I wish, I could just go back to the days I'm speakin' of When a friend would meet you and a smile would greet you What this ol' world needs now is old fashioned love Play the guitar Well alright Well, my old granddaddy, God rest his soul now Well we had a big long talk together the day he died He said, "Son this world is so full of hate and venom An' I can't wait to leave this ol' place and rest on the other side" "Oh, you talk about the good times, talk about the good times When I'm gonna see all the friends I knew in the good ol' days We'll have a big hand shakin', sit and talk together Sit down by the river Jordan and sing our blues away" Hey, you talk about the good times, talk about the good times Talk about the good times, yeah

I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)

JAMIE XX "In Colour"
(Turn me up) Good times, good times There's gonna be good times, good times I know there's gonna be... Good times, turn up a little more (slimeball) (Got Actavis in this bitch with me) (Hey he runnin' up all the money) [Hook:] I know there's good times, there's gonna be good times There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good... Good times, there's gon' be some good times Remember we used to pull up and let 'em fight? That's that hood time Remember when I used to grab on that ass when nobody would time? Yeah if that bitch walk up trippin' she get that mush time I don't waste time, I don't waste time I don't have patience, baby She gon' get on top of this dick And she gon' squish it like squish, then go fast, she Speed Racer We gon' ball, Walter Payton She my boss like I'm Prince's son Come here bae, I'm molesting I let her write me my suggestions Pop quiz, it's a pop quiz All my money comin' clean, you can't pop this She got that pussy locked up like locksmith Watch her come to my lights like a reindeer Me and Poppy on the same pills My diamonds could never stand still Where you goin'? Can you come here? I'll always take you back for your sex appeal Every time I see your face, bae it's a... [Hook x2:] I know there's good times, there's gonna be good times There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good... Bang bang, I do this shit forreal, you did what I'm sayin'? I say what I dig, you know, bro? And therefore... I'ma ride in that pussy like a stroller I'll survive in a mothafuckin' gutter That's my mothafuckin' woadie, like the Noila And I'm comin' red like Coke-Cola I'ma have a very good time I swear to God I can't never sound like lil shorty She say she likes all of her nigga's rhymes Where is my phone? That pussy callin' I want you to pass it to Thugger Thugger Even in the summer time me and lil shawty cuddle I swear to God I'mma tell you, you don't got to struggle Baby girl sit it down, you not known like an usher I told lil' mama I don't bite but my teeth do I wanna control you like voodoo I'm steady screaming free Unfunk and DuLu Every time I have a good time Duke do too Every time I see you, aye, you see me [Hook x2:] I know there's good times, there's gonna be good times There's gonna be good times, there's gonna be good...

So Good

JENNIFER LOPEZ "A.K.A."
The man on your own Why don't you put some base on your tongue Can't you see that ain't as lonely Taking care of all day long You're making me leave Shouldn't gave me a reason to breathe Definitely not No that's not what I need I'm so done with pleasing you I'm so over needing you All this space just gave me room so I could fly What I thought would make me die Makes me feel like I'm alive Boy your words don't carry weight to hold me down I'm still so good over you I'm still so good over you Even if I didn't have a dollar in the bank Even if you were my only way I'm still so good over you I'm still good The man on your own Why don't you put some base on your tongue Can't you see that ain't as lonely Taking care of all day long You're making me leave Shouldn't gave me a reason to breathe Definitely not No that's not what I need I'm so done with pleasing you I'm so over needing you All this space just gave me room so I could fly What I thought would make me die Makes me feel like I'm alive Boy your words don't carry weight to hold me down I'm still so good over you I'm still so good over you Even if I didn't have a dollar in the bank Even if you were my only way I'm still so good over you I'm still good I'm still good I'm still good I bet you think I need you I'm telling you I don't You've lost your mind I used to be so see-through But now I never let you on my mind I'm worth a bunch of millions But you be acting like your money is mind I want the Eiffel chilling I'll be damned if I let you blow my eye Baby what you think about life Without me by your side I bet you wanna get it right But even if you get it right I'm still so good over you I'm still so good over you Even if I didn't have a dollar in the bank Even if you were my only way I'm still so good over you I'm still good I'm still good I'm still good

Me And Bobby McGee

JERRY LEE LEWIS "Would You Take Another Chance On Me"
(One two one two three four) Well busted flat in Baton Rouge a headin' for the trains Feelin' nearly faded as my jeans Ol' Bobby thumbed a diesel down just before it rained Lord took us all the way to New Orleans Pulled my ol' har'poon out of my dirty red bandana Blowed it low while Bobby sang the blues With them windshield whipers slappin' time And Bobby clappin' hands with mine We finally sang up ever song that driver knew Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose And nothin' ain't worth nothin' but it's free Feeling good was easy Lord when Bobby sang the blues Lord that was good enough for me yeah good enough for me and Bobby McGee From the coal mines of Kentucky to the California sun Bobby shared the secrets of my soul She was standin' right beside me Lord through everything I done And every night she kept me from the cold Then somewhere near Salinas Lord I let her slip away Looking for the home I hope she'll find And I'd trade all of my tomorrows for a single yesterday Holding her body close to mine Freedom's just another word for nothin' left to lose And nothin' ain't worth nothin' but it's free Feeling good was easy Lord when Bobby sang the blues Lord that was good enough for me yeah good enough for me and Bobby McGee Yeah (la la la la...)

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