Darlin' You know its true The rumor you heard about me loving you Well i never told a soul Tell me how the whole world knows chorus it must have been the roses and the wine Or maybe this unexplainable smile they say where there's smoke there's fire well i hope its true Cause rumor has it You love me too verse 2 well i've got a ring and a plan But i see your on to what to what im gonna ask well i never said a thing tell me what gave it away chorus yes you do i heard it too
She's Perfect for a cotton dress Pretty when her hair's a mess A little wine and she gets a little loud Once or twice she's bleached my jeans She's been known to burn the beans But in my heart there's never been a doubt
Chorus: She's right as rain on a thristy cornfield Right on the money about the way that I feel A cool breath of fresh air When life tries to burn me down (Yeah) She's right behind me when I doubt myself A little push and a hand to help A quiet comfort on the troubled night Right beside me yeah she's always right
Well she's the first to speak her mind Never been the quittin' kind She likes choclate About as much as she likes me She likes talkin' on the phone Calls the mall her second home I love that girl yeah she's just right for me
What's that. I hear angels singin'. Telling me to make my move. Listen to it. Their voices ringin' baby. If you feel it get in the groove.
(Chorus): Love is the rhythm of two hearts beating. Poundin' out a message steady and true. Talk to me baby tell me what you're feeling. I know what love is. What's it to you. Time's up. Train's a leavin' baby. Are you ready to take that ride. Get on board. Don't keep my waiting baby. Say you're willin to cross that line.
I'm sure your heart is telling you true. I gotta know what love is to you. 'Cause to me it's the rhythm of two hearts beating. Poundin' out a message steady and tr. Talk to me baby tell me what your feeling. I know what love is. What's it to you.
'Bout ten years old, hide and seek I found me in the closet Ready or not I stumbled on And opened up that box of Yearbooks, letters, black and whites A hundred, maybe more Next thing I know my brothers and me Got 'em scattered on the floor (Yeah)
There was one of her, flippin' the bird Sittin' on a Harley And a few with some hairy hippie dude Turns out his name was Charlie Her hair, her clothes, her drinkin' smokin' Had us boys confused I'll never forget the day us nosey kids got introduced
To Mama, 'fore she was Mama In a string bikini, in Tijuana Won't admit she smoked marijuana But I saw Mama, 'fore she was Mama
We put that box right where it was And never said a word But growin' up got hard just tryin' Not to picture her In anything but aprons, dresses Mini-vans and church Oh and Daddy would have whooped our butts For diggin' up that dirt
On Mama, 'fore she was Mama In a string bikini, in Tijuana She won't admit she smoked marijuana But I saw Mama, 'fore she was Mama
We laugh and hang it over her head Right above her halo Her face turns red when we bring up That tie-dyed Winnebago She runs and hides and still denies That hip high rose tattoo She burned that box of forget-me-nots When she found out we knew
About Mama, 'fore she was Mama In a string bikini, in Tijuana Won't admit she smoked marijuana But that was Mama, 'fore she was Mama
And there's that one down in the Bahamas But that was Mama, 'fore she was Mama
See that cowboy at the bar The one at the end with all the scars He got stomped by the meanest bronc in Santa Fe But if he looks a little down and out It ain't that bronc he's thinking about It's that girl that broke his heart along the way
When a cowboy falls, he falls hard And sometimes he falls way too far And you can bet that when he hits the ground And he'll get back up and play the part Even with a broken heart He'll hold the reins and hide the pain inside Love's always a cowboy's toughest ride
Girl just listen to me now I should know what I'm talking about 'Cause everything I learned, I learned from you I have rode some broncs from hell And it hurt me every time I fell But not half as much as the pain of losing you
When this cowboy falls, he falls hard And sometimes he falls way too far But you can bet that when he hits the ground He'll get back up and play the part Even with a broken heart He'll hold the reins and hide the pain inside Love's always a cowboy's toughest ride You were there, so cowboy's toughest ride
How in this world can we put a man on the moon And still have a need for a place like St. Jude's And why is one man born in a place where all they know is war And a guy like me has always been free And how can two people who've built a loving home Try for years and never have a child of their own And somewhere out there tonight there's a baby no one's holding tight In need of love, to me that don't add up
But I wasn't there the day you filled up the oceans I didnt' get to see you hang the stars in the sky So I don't mean to second guess you or criticize what I don't understand These are just a few questions I have
And why did my cousin have to die in that crash A good kid only 17, I still wonder about that It seems unfair to me some get the chance to chase their dreams And some don't, but what do I know?
I wasn't there the day you filled up the oceans I didnt' get to see you hang the stars in the sky So I don't mean to second guess you or criticize what I don't understand These are just a few questions I have
Why do I feel like you're hearing these prayers of mine When so many outta be ahead of me in line When you look down on me, can you see the good through all the bad These are just a few questions I have
From the southern tip of Texas To the top of Bangor, Maine Those Friday night lights at those hometown games Man they mean everything
From Wall Street, New York To West L.A. There's all kind of people, different but the same And I'm proud to say that
[Chorus:] We're all American In God we trust Just living the dream and never givin' up What we believe in Yeah we're all American And we work real hard Like to barbeque up every July 4th And hot apple pie, baseball, and friends We're all American We're all American
There's a farmer in Kansas And a teacher in the Bronx One raising kids and the other raising crops In the melting pot
I was just a boy I had a best friend With a funny last name and a weird accent Now he's an astronaut
Land of the free Home of the Brave We stand together That's why it's called the U.S.A.
I don't mind working I don't mind drinking when I need to unwind And I like listening to a country song on a Friday night
I'm a welder in the shop downtown the dry waller in your brand new house Yeah I'm your Average Joe I'm the guy that fixed your van I'm the painter I'm your concrete man Yeah I'm your Average Joe
I've got brothers And I've got sisters Fighting hard for me and you Yeah I got a mother and she's been praying They'll all be coming home real soon
I'm the lightening in the pouring rain I drive the diesel in the other lane Yeah I'm your Average Joe I wax the floors in the grocery store Drop off the boxes at your front door Yeah I'm your Average Joe
Never made a ton of money Just enough to get us by But the things that make me rich Is this woman and these kids of mine
You know you run into me everywhere You need a hand I'm gonna be right there I'm your Average Joe I love my country and being free Yeah there're millions of you just like me Cuz I'm your Average Joe Yeah I'm your Average Joe
"Before The Next Teardrop Falls" (feat. Freddy Fender)
"Before The Next Teardrop Falls" (feat. Freddy Fender)
If he brings you happiness Then I wish you both the best It's your happiness that matters most of all But if he ever breaks your heart If the teardrops ever start I'll be there before the next teardrop falls
Si te quire de verdad Y te da felicidad Te deseo lo mas bueno pa' los dos Pero si te hace llorar A mi me puedes hablar Y estare contigo cuando triste estas
I'll be there anytime You need me by your side To drive away every teardrop that you cried And if he ever leaves you blue Just remember, I love you And I'll be there before the next teardrop falls And I'll be there before the next teardrop falls