About "Hard 2 Love" album:
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"Hard 2 Love" by Lee Brice, which was released in 2012 and consists of 11 songs.
Friday, the week was long
can't wait to get my twist-off off
one sip and all the bull shish is gone
um-hmm, Hey, Freddie, I'm already ready
For another down here... beer
Saturday, mown the grass
some people think it's a pain in the back
Me, it's just another way to work up a thirst real fast
It's why I like to do her with a bungee strapped cooler
Don't Believe Everything You Think
I know your thinking that you got me all figured out, a music man like me
Aint ever gonna settle down
Darling and your just waintin for it for a day that you'll convience me
Just the thought of weddin bells would make me wanna runaway but all I can
Say is don't believe everything you think baby I might just have I ring in
My pocket right now so settle on down girl reel that wild imigination in
Baby come on back to me again yeah that minds a funny thing don't believe
Everything you think everytime wer see another pretty girl go walking by I
See your wheels turning the way you whatch my eyes girl I don't know why
You let it cross your mind that I aint crazy over you and I don't want all
Friends We Won't Forget
Well, I remember Friday nights,
We were full of bull and natural light
Rock stars under the parking lot lights
Killin' time in a little town
Window's tinted up, tailgates down
Running our mouths, riding up and down
Just looking for a fight
We heard all our stories a thousand times
Somebody go on and tell 'em again, ain't nobody gonna mind
Hard To Love
I am insensitive I have a tendency to pay more attention to the things that
Sometimes I drink to much, sometimes I test your trust, sometimes I dunno
Why you're staying with me?
I'm hard to love, hard to love, I don't make it easy, I couldn't do it if I
Stood where you stood
I'm hard to love, hard to love, you say that you need me, I don't deserve
It but I love that you love me. goood
I Drive Your Truck
Eighty-nine cents in the ashtray
Half empty bottle of Gatorade
Rollin' on the floorboard
That dirty Braves cap on the dash
Dogtags hangin' from the rear view
Old Skoal can and cowboy boots
And a "Go Army" shirt folded in the back
This thing burns gas like crazy
Life Off My Years
Some are born to take like safe and easy, I was born to live life on a
I never worried about the fall, just how high I got in the air.
Flipp'n dirt bikes and roll'n daddy's truck;
The highs kept me smile'n through the tears,
I'll take years off my life before I take life off my years.
There are those that take it slow and steady, high beams to keep it between
Line up their ducks before they are ready, I'll have no regrets when it
Comes my time
One More Day
The Feeling Just Hit
Where did the time get to?
Thirty one days on the road
And one more show to do
I'm standing on the side of the stage about to walk on
I'll give them all that I have
Hold on babe, I'm coming home, yeah
Parking Lot Party
Hey, it's Big D and Bubba, and and we're live on location. We want you to come on out because this is not just a party; it's a parking lot party with Lee Brice!
John's firing up his Coleman grill
We've got twenty four tall boys on the chill
Yeah, fourteen of them's mine
A little Marshall Tucker on the radio
(Can't you see)
You know we're just catchin' a little groove before the show
We ain't playin' nothin' slow
Seven Days A Thousand Times
A Saturday downpour carved out rivers in the sand
She said it was her fist time to see the sea
Helping her climb across those jetty rocks
Was the first time I touched her hand
And the rain and the way that felt
Never let up all week
By Thursday, I knew everything about her
And, God, the last day, I didn't wanna leave without her
That's When You Know It's Over
When you can look at her picture and not wanna kiss her no more
When you don't feel like youve been hit by a train at the sound of someone
Sayin her name anymore
When you can drive down the road and not be afraid of what's playin on the
That's when you know it's over
That's when you know you made it over to the other side
Ready for another round
That's when you know it's over
When the time of the year don't stir up the tears anymore
That Way Again
He used to hold her hand, he used to hold her door.
She don't know what that feels like anymore.
Just last night he was sleepin', she kissed his face,
He said "I gotta work in the morning" and rolled away.
He used to love her like crazy, you couldn't pull them apart.
God she felt so unbelievable in his arms.
Now she's catchin' herself lookin' down at her ring every now and then.
She don't wanna leave, she just needs it to be that way again.
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