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Gitty Up Go Daddy

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The highways that wind and wander over mountain and valleys deserts and plains I guess I've drove about all of 'em Cause for the past 25 years now the cab of a truck has been my home And it'd be kinda hard for me to settle down and not be on the go Why I remember the first truck I drove I was so proud I could hardly wait to get home to show my wife and my little boy And my little boy was so excited like so when he saw his first snow He wasn't old enough to say too many words He just kept hollering goddyup go daddy giddyup go So that's what I named the old truck Giddyup go Oh things wasn't too bad of course I's gone a lot And after about six years I got home one day and found my wife and little boy gone I couldn't find out what happened nobody seemed to know So from that day on it's been me and old Giddyup go I've made a lot of friends at all the truck stops And some of 'em would kick me about my litle sign Of course they knew where I got the name Cause I told 'em about that little boy of mine And how his first word about that old truck was Giddyup go Today I was barrelin' down old 66 When up beside me pulled down a brand new diesel rig Both stacks of blowin' black coal And as she pulled around and back in front of me a big lump came in my throat And my eyes watered like I had a bad old cold A little sign on the back of the truck that read Giddyup go Well I pushed old Giddyup go stayed right on him Until the next truck stop where he'd pulled up I waited till he went in and I offered to buy him a cup Well we got to talkin' shop and I said Now did you come by the name on your truck Giddyup go Well he said I got it from my pop Dad used to drive a truck that's what mom talked about a lot You see I lost mom when I was just past sixteen and I lost all track of pop Mom said he got the name from me I shook his hand and told him that I had something I wanted him to see I took him out to the old truck And brushed off some of the dirt so the name would show And his eyes got big and bright as he read Giddyup go Oh we had a lot of things to talk about and buddy I felt like a king And now we've just pulled back on old 66 and he's handled that big rig Better than any gearjammer that I'd ever seen Well now the lines on the highway have got much brighter glow As we go roarin' down the road and me starin' at a little sign that reads Giddyup go

Country Comfort

KEITH URBAN "Be Here"
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere As the village children fight each other for their share And the six-o-nine goes roaring past the creek As Deacon Lee prepares his sermon for next week I saw Grandma yesterday down at the store Well she's really doing fine for eighty-four And she asked me if sometime I could fix her barn The poor old girl she needs a hand to run that farm [Chorus:] And it's good old country comfort in my bones It's the sweetest sound these ears have ever known It's just an old-fashioned feeling fully-grown Country comfort and a truck that's goin' back home Oh it's goin' back home Down at the well they've got a new machine The foreman says it'll cut manpower by fifteen "Hey but that ain't natural" old Clay would say You see he's a horse-drawn man until his dying day [REPEAT CHORUS TWICE] Country comfort and a truck that's goin' back home Whoa, it's goin' back home Hey take me back home And a truck, and a truck that's goin' back home Any truck

Gone Fishin'

LOUIS ARMSTRONG
I'll tell you why I can't find you Every time I go out to your place... You gone fishin' (well how you know) Well there's a sign upon your door (uh-huh) Gone fishin' (I'm real gone man) You ain't workin' anymore (could be) There's your hoe out in the sun Where you left a row half done You claim that hoein' ain't no fun (well I can prove it) You ain't got no ambition Gone fishin' by a shady wady pool (Shangrila, really la) I'm wishin' I could be that kind of fool (should I twist your arm?) I'd say no more work for mine (welcome to the club) On my door I'd hang a sign Gone fishin' instead of just a-wishin' Papa Bing (yeah Louis) I stopped by your place a time or two lately And you aren't home either Well, I'm a busy man Louis. I got a lotta deals cookin' I was probably tied up at the studio You weren't tied up you dog You was just plain old... Gone fishin' (bah-boo-bah-boo-bah-boo-bah-boo-bah) There's a sign upon your door (Pops, don't blab it around, will you?) Gone fishin' (keep it shady, I got me a big one staked out) Mmm, you ain't workin' anymore (I don't have to work, I got me a piece of Gary) Cows need milkin' in the barn (I have the twins on that detail, they each take a side) But you just don't give a darn (give 'em four bits a cow and hand lotion) You just never seem to learn (man, you taught me) You ain't got no ambition (you're convincin' me) Gone fishin' (bah-boo-dah-do-dah-do-dah-do) Got your hound dog by your side (that's old Cindy-Lou goin' with me) Gone fishin' (mmm-hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm) Fleas are bitin' at his hide (get away from me boy, you bother me) Mmm, folks won't find us now because Mister Satch and Mister Cros We gone fishin' instead of just a-wishin' Bah-boo-baby-bah-boo-bah-bay-mmm-bo-bay Oh yeah!

With Pen In Hand

ARETHA FRANKLIN "Let Me In Your Life"
With pen in hand You sign your name Today at five I'll be on that train And you'll be free And I'll be alone So alone If you think We can't find the love we once knew If you think I can't make everything up to you Then I'll be gone And you'll be on your own You'll be on your own Can you take good care of Jenny Can you take her to school everyday Can you teach her how to play All the games that little girls play Hear what I say Can you teach her how to roll up her hair Can you make sure each night that she says her prayers Well if you can do all these things Then maybe she won't miss me Maybe she won't miss me And tonight as you laid in that big lonely bed And you look at that pillow Where I laid my head With your heart on fire Will you have no desire To kiss me Or to hold me And if you can forget The good times we had If you don't think They out weigh the bad Well then go ahead Sign your name And I'll be On my way I'll be on my way

Dakota The Dancing Bear, Pt. 2

David Alan Coe "Longhaired Redneck"
By: David Allan Coe and Larry Murray BETTY DROVE THE SEMI, SHE PULLED UP TO THE PUMP I THOUGHT I WANTED A COCA-COLA AND I STARTED OUT ON THE JUMP SHE SAID, HOLD IT DAVE, COME QUICK, THERE'S SOMETHING YOU GOT TO SEE THAT MAN HAD GOT A DANCING BEAR TIED UP TO THAT OLD TREE I SAID, DANCE, DANCE, DAKOTA DANCE ALL AROUND THE COUNTRY STORE ME AND SWEET BETTY AIN'T NEVER SEEN A BEAR THAT COULD DANCE BEFORE WELL, IT'S ONE STEP, TWO STEPS, THREE STEPS FOUR A BOTTLE OF SODA AND HE'LL DANCE SOME MORE DANCE, DANCE DAKOTA DANCE ALL AROUND THE COUNTRY STORE WELL, THESE HIPPIES WALKED UP TO THE CAGE GIVING' PILLS TO THAT OLE BEAR I DON'T KNOW WHAT IT WAS THEY WAS GIVING TO HIM IT HAD HIM PULLING OUT HIS HAIR I TRIED TO KEEP TIME WITH THE MUSIC, LORD WITH THE BEAT ON MY TAMBOURINE GAVE HIM SOME WINE FROM A MASON JAR AND WE ALL BEGAN TO SING RECITATION: WELL, I WENT OUT TO LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA AND I SAW A SEMI TRUCK ALONG THE SIDE OF THE ROAD. IT SAID 'DAKOTA THE DANCING BEAR' ON THE SIDE OF IT. NOW THEY CHARGED YOU 50 CENTS TO WATCH THIS BEAR DANCE AROUND A TRUCK. SO I TURNED TO ARLO AND I SAID ARLO, WE OUGHT TO GET DOWN OFF THESE MOTORCYCLES AND WALK OVER THERE AND SEE IF THAT'S THE SAME BEAR THAT BETTY TOLD US ABOUT WHEN SHE WAS DRIVING THE SEMI TRUCK FOR US BACK IN NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. SO WE GOT DOWN OFF OUR MOTORCYCLES AND WE WALKED OVER THERE EATEN' OUR PICKLES. NOW THERE WAS FOUR OR FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND OF THESE HIPPIES FREAKS STANDING' AROUND WAITING' ON A ROCK FESTIVAL. IT APPEARED THAT DAVID ALLAN COE, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON AND THE GRAND FUNK RAILROAD WAS PLAYING' IN TOWN THAT DAY AND THEIR AIRPLANE HAD GOT HIJACKED SOMEWHERE OVER CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. SO IT TURNED OUT THAT THE PEOPLE WITH SHORT HAIR STARTED THROWING' ROCKS AT THE PEOPLE THAT HAD LONG HAIR.

Kick My Ass

BIG & RICH
well i walked up to the bar i laid down my platinum card then i ordered fifty longnecks for my new friends well the barmaid passed them out and before we chugged them down i held mune up,said, 'Here's to us' and then this blonde slid up to me, she said, 'that was awful sweet' and then i saw her boyfriend as wide as he was tall well he broke up our hug, with a six-foot-five inch shove and i found myself slammed up against the wall CHORUS: why does everybody want to kick my ass i'm just trying to have a little fun for all the ones who can't and just because i kiss the prettiest girls and i drive my truck too fast why does everybody want to kick my ass well i never been the type to walk up and pick a fight i've always been the kind to get along i throw parties all the time, and they're always on my dime we drink and dance and smoke untill the dawn well my style of stress relief,sometimes disturbs the peace the police show up, cut donuts in my yard and while the zeppelin's playin' loud, they run off my party crowd they cuff my wrists and throw me down so hard why does everybody want to kick my ass i'm just trying to have a little fun for all the ones who can't and just because i kiss the prettiest girls and i drive my truck too fast why does everybody want to kick my ass and just because i kiss the prettiest girls and i drive my truck too fast why does everybody want, it seems like everybody want, why does everybody want to kick my ass!

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