About "Pure BS" album:
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"Pure BS" by Blake Shelton, which was released in 2007 and consists of 9 songs.
Back There Again
This old Buick's like a needle on a compass
Pointed due west
I remember her smile like June sunflowers
And the look of her body as she slipped out of that dress
God, I'm such a mess
Never a mornin' person, but that girl's still in bed
The sheets are tanglin' - her little arm is danglin'
The last dream from her pretty head
I told her I was leavin'
She didn't believe the words I said
It Ain't Easy Bein' Me
There ought to be a town out there,
Named for how I feel.
Yeah I could be the mayor down there,
And say welcome to Sorryville.
It won't be on a map nowhere,
You might say that it doesn't exist,
But if you make enough wrong turns
It'd be hard to miss.
There ought to be a bridge somewhere
I Don't Care
There she was;
Laughin', talkin', window shoppin' with a new guy.
And I'd heard about him.
I heard she found him right around when we said good-bye.
And I came real close and almost lost my temper.
But I bit my tongue, kept my cool, 'cause I remembered...
I Have Been Lonely
You told me I'd regret it
On the day I left you
I had the nerve to laugh
As I walked away
Well, it's been six months
And eighteen days
Feelin' nothin' but This empty pain
And I just had to tell you
She Don't Love Me
You know if I'd seen her comin'
I'd probably tried to hide
But I came around the corner
And she caught me by surprise
There was no ice cold shoulder
There was no ugly scene
She just smiled and didn't say
The things I thought she'd say to me
The Last Country Song
There a roadhouse just outside of town on a two-lane blacktop
Where all the folks come to hear country music play
And every year the city's gettin' closer, Lord knows it won't stop
And old Hank the bartender gave us the bad news today, yeah he said
This land was our land but Lord now it's their land
And we're still here, but not for long
So let's raise a cold one and play all the old ones
The More I Drink
He was sittin' at the bar, sippin' on a regular Coke
We were drinkin' and smokin' and makin' him the butt of our jokes
We all said, "Man, what happened to you? Why can't you just have a few?"
He said, "I would if I could, but it's probably best that I don't."
Cause the more I drink, the more I drink
Yeah, I'm the world's greatest lover and a dancin' machine
I get loud, I get proud....and it gets worse
Well if I have one, I'll have thirteen
This Can't Be Good
There's a campfire burning on the Mississippi River bank
My old pickup speakers are cranking out a lot of Hank
That's the sheriff's daughter dancin' on my hood
With an empty bottle this can't be good.
There's an unwritten law in this sleepy little town
There ain't no drinkin on the river when the sun goes down
Think I see the blue lights comin' through the woods
Its the sheriff and his posse, this can't be good
What I Wouldn't Give
Leave the radio on just to hear a voice other than mine
Cause I canít bear to hear the cold truth running through my mind.
Cause everything I did wrong just keeps haunting me, it wonít let me be
Lying here without you, girl Iím starting to see why you gave up on me.
What I wouldnít give just to go back when you were in my life Iíd do it right this time.
What I didnít do is give my whole heart to you and thatís why youíre gone, I know I was wrong and Iíll never hold you again, cause of what I wouldnít give.
It kills me to think how much you tried to make things work.
I wouldnít listen to you, all I would do is put myself first.
I took you for granted and I pushed you away a little more each day.
Somewhere inside this hell I have seen my mistakes oh but now itís too late.
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