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I Need To Hear A Country Song lyrics

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Toby Keith – I Need To Hear A Country Song lyrics

I need to hear a melody
That's sad with three part harmony
A barroom jukebox symphony
I need to hear a melody

I need to hear a song that's blue
Enough to break a heart in two
After what you put me through
I need to hear a song that's blue

Chorus:
Yeah make it lonely
When you do it
And I'll know somebody else out there's been through it
Instead of hurtin' by myself
Man I'll just sing along
I need to hear a loser cryin'
Songs about love that's dyin'
Lyin' cheatin' to the bone
Three chord stone cold country song

I need to hear a drinkin' tune
Cowboy's howlin' at the moon
In some swingin' ol' saloon
I need to hear a drinkin' tune

Chorus:
Yeah make it lonely
When you do it
And I'll know somebody else out there's been through it
Instead of hurtin' by myself
Man I'll just sing along
I need to hear a loser cryin'
Songs about love that's dyin'
Lyin' cheatin' to the bone
Three chord stone cold country song

Three chord stone cold country song



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