Been There, Done That
Girl, you and me ain't talking much.
I just slam the door and leave in my truck.
Is there anything left for us?
I guess enough's enough.
I look down, see your name there on my phone then I hit ignore & just drive
We've been living like this way too long.
And there ain't no reason to turn around.
Baby, you can have it all.
Hey girl, go on now!
You know you've got everybody lookin'
Got a little boom in my big truck
Gonna open up the doors and turn it up
Gonna stomp my boots in the Georgia mud
Gonna watch you make me fall in love
Get up on the hood of my daddy's tractor
Up on the tool box, it don't matter
Down on the tailgate
Don't Want This Night To End
Girl, I know I don't know you.
But your pretty little eyes so blue,
Are pulling me in like the moon on your skin.
I'm so glad you trusted me, to slide up on this dusty seat.
And let your hair down, and get outta town.
Got the stars comin' out,
Over my hood
And all I know now.
Is it's going good.
Drunk On You
Cotton wood fallin' like snow in July
Sunset, riverside, 4 wheel drives
And a tail light circle
Roll down the windows turn it on up
Pour a little crown in a dixie cup
Get the party, started
Girl you make my speakers go BOOM BOOM
Dancin' on the tailgate in the full moon
That kinda thing makes a man go mmm mmm
I don't remember much about that time,
Just the smell of the air and your hand in mine.
Riding the strip, sittin' on my lap
In the back of the truck with the only friends I had.
It was spring break, we were out late,
And I though goodness for heavens sake.
When I saw you...
And then I kissed you...
There's peanut dust and corn husks driftin' through the air tonight
The marchin' band's warmin' up under the football lights
There's tractor-trailers backed up down by the elevator
Train track grain car will roll in later
Get filled up and head on out in the world
It's harvest time in this little town
Time to bring it on in, pay the loans down
Fill our diesel tank up, make another round
There's a big red moon comin' up in the sky
I Knew You That Way
The secret way long shadows bleed into the night
The Desperate way leaves in the fall hold colors tight
The way that thunder knows the taste of summer rain
I knew you that way
The way that cool mountain water dances down to the sea
Bound by something strong but still so wild and free
It gives into the passion of the pair that takes
I knew you that way
I Know You're Gonna Be There
I'm gonna put on my new shirt
Shine up these old boots
Take a deep breath
Try to keep my cool
I know you're gonna be there
I'm gonna have a couple drinks
Just to knock of the edge
Not too much,
Don't wanna make a fool of myself
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
All we do right is make love
We both know now it ain't enough
Ain't gonna beg you to stay
God I ask you where's from
Ain't no reason running for something is already gone
Take up your leave in dress
Let's do what we do best
I guess everybody's got a way of moving on
Girl rest your head one more time in my bed
Love me like you loved me when you loved me
It flows underneath the 32 bridge.
It cuts through the heart of south Georiga.
Big copper heads, and mean wild pigs.
And gator's in the weeds, waitin' for ya.
I leave my phone in the truck.
I leave my truck at the road.
My four-wheeler gets me to where I wanna go.
I leave the world behind, I pull my hat down low.
Get back to my roots, by a full moon glow.
I catch my buzz in the black of night,
Where nobody ever goes and the warm wind blows.
If I loose my cool in the open and shows,
That I'm down and I ain't alright.
I search my soul where there is no moon.
The trees all cross and are covered in moss.
If the crickets wanna know, then I'll tell 'em what I lost.
Oh, I've got the tailgate blues.
I ain't sure where it all began.
Too Damn Young
We met down at the floatin' dock
She snuck out, scared she might get caught
We were nervous but it was worth it
There was no such thing as consequence
With her in my arms, it finally made sense
In the moonlight I saw her tanlines
Every time my feet are dangling in the water
I can't help but think about her lying there
You Don't Know Jack
He asked me for a dollar
I said go get a job
And I turned down my collar
He started walking on
He said I don't blame you
And I know what you think
I'll just take your money
And buy another drink
But you don't know Jack