Released in 1995

Purchase
  1. Some Girls Do

    She turned up her nose as she walked by my Cadillac
    From the corner of my eye I saw you and you laughed
    You were sittin' on the swing on your front porch
    Paintin' your nails like you were bored
    And you yelled "She was sure impressed with you"

    Chorus:
    Well I ain't first class
    But I ain't white trash
    I'm wild and a little crazy too
    Some girls don't like boys like me
    Aww but some girls do

    I yelled and asked if you would like a ride
    When we pulled out of your yard I balled a tire
    You was laughing at me, I was doing James Dean
    You was the prettiest girl I'd ever seen
    When you rolled your eyes and twirled my pink fur dice

    Chorus

    Well good ole' boys don't get no breaks
    And rich boys think they got what it takes
    But there's someone for each of us they say

    Chorus x2

    I said some girls do
    You know some girls do
    Like boys like me
    You know some girls do

  2. Thank God For You

    Well I've been called a self-made man
    Girl don't you believe it's true
    I know exactly how lucky I am
    When I'm gettin' this close to you
    It's high time I'm giving some praise
    To those that got me where I am today

    Chorus:
    I got to thank momma for the cookin'
    Daddy for the whuppin'
    The devil for the trouble that I get into
    I got to give credit where credit is due
    I thank the bank for the money
    Thank God for you

    A strong heart and a willing hand
    That's the secret to my success
    A good woman... I try to be a good man
    Good job Lord I know I've been blessed
    I'm just a part of a greater plan
    It doesn't matter which part I am

    Chorus

    Momma, Daddy, the devil
    Yeah I got to give credit where credit is due
    I thank the bank for the money
    Thank God for you
    I thank momma, I thank daddy, The devil
    I got to give credit where credit is due
    I thank the bank for the money
    Thank God for you

  3. All These Years

    She likes adventure with security
    And more than one man can provide
    She planned adventure feeling sure that he
    Would not be home 'till after five
    He turned on the lights and turned them off again
    And said the one thing he could say

    All these years
    Where have I been
    Well I've been down the rode to work and home again
    And I'm still here
    Untill I'm gone
    Don't you rub it in too hard that I've been wrong
    All these years

    She said, "You're not the man you used to be"
    He said, "Neither is this guy"
    She said, "There's some things you refuse to see
    But I guess sometimes so do I"
    She made no excuse why she was lying there
    She said the one thing she could say

    All these years
    What have I done
    I made your supper and your daughter and your son
    Still I'm here
    And still confused
    But I can finally see how much I stand to lose
    All these years

    I'm still here
    And so confused
    But I can finally see how much I stand to lose
    All these years

  4. Dirt Road

    Daddy worked hard for his dollar
    He said some folks don't-but that's ok
    They won't know which road to follow
    Because an easy street might lead you astray

    Chorus:
    I'll take the dirt road-it's all I know
    I've been walking it for years
    It's gone where I need to go
    Oh it ain't easy-it ain't supposed to be
    So I'll take my time
    And life won't pass me by
    Cause it's right there to find, On the dirt road

    I have lived life in the fast lane
    You gotta watch your back and look both ways
    When it's said and done the time we have is borrowed
    You better make real sure you're headed the right way

    Chorus repeats twice

  5. This Time

    Sittin' on the front porch nothing but time
    Missed you so bad I'm about to go blind
    I've got the window busted and the door kicked in
    From the last time we said never again

    Chorus But this time I'm going to see you coming
    Ain't going to be surprised
    Yeah this time
    I'm going to know what hit me right between the eyes
    Just one time I want to think it over
    Before we speak our minds
    I know we can make a go this time

    It's a hard and heavy load day and night
    That's the way we love and that's the way we fight
    We can't stay together, can't be alone
    We can go for good but we don't stay gone

    Chorus (x2)

  6. The Walk

    Down our long dusty driveway
    I didn't want to go
    But I set out with tears in my eyes wondering
    Daddy took me by the hand
    Looked out at the school bus and his little man and said
    "Don't worry boy it will be all right"

    Chorus:
    Cause I took this walk you're walking now
    Boy, I've been in your shoes
    You can't hold back the hands of time
    It's just something you've got to do
    So dry your eyes I understand just what you're going through
    Cause I took this same walk with my old man
    Boy, I've been in your shoes

    Down our long dusty driveway
    I set my mind to go
    I was eighteen and wild and free and wondering
    Daddy took me by the hand
    Looked at the world and at his grown man and said,
    "Don't worry boy it will be all right"

    Chorus

    Down our long dusty driveway
    This time we both would go
    He had grown old and gray
    And his mind was wandering
    Daddy took me by the hand
    Said, "I know where we're going and I understand
    Don't worry boy it will be all right"

    Chorus

  7. Trouble On The Line

    Operator we must have a bad connection
    If you got someone wantin' me
    I changed my number when she changed her mind
    Operator can't you see

    Chorus
    There's trouble on the line
    Tears are gonna fall
    It happens every time
    She's up against the wall
    Somebody broke her heart
    Now she's after mine
    The minute that she calls
    There'll be trouble on the line

    Operator now that we've been disconnected
    How does she keep gettin' through
    I won't have a choice
    If I hear her voice
    Operator can't you see

    Chorus

    The minute that she calls
    There'll be trouble on the line

  8. Cafe On The Corner

    At the cafe down on the corner
    With a lost look on his face
    There ain't no fields to plow
    No reason to now
    He's just a little out of place

    They say crime don't pay
    But neither does farmin' these days
    And the coffee is cold
    And he's fifty years old
    And he's gotta learn to live some other way

    At the cafe down on the corner
    With a lost look on his face
    There ain't no fields to plow
    He's busin' tables now
    He's just a little out of place

    And the meek shall inherit the earth
    And the bank shall repossess it
    This job don't pay half what it's worth
    But it's a thankful man that gets it

    At the cafe down on the corner
    With a lost look on his face
    There ain't no fields to plow
    He's wishin' for one now
    He's just a little out of place

    All these soldiers without wars
    And hometown boys without a home
    Farmers without fields
    Dealers without deals
    And they sit here drinkin' coffee all alone

    At the cafe down on the corner
    With a lost look on their face
    There ain't no fields to plow
    They're wishin' for one now
    They're just a little out of place

  9. I Don't Believe In Goodbye

    I keep rollin' it over and over
    All the things I want to say
    I'll never quit, give up, or forget you
    My love will stand in the way

    Chorus
    Cause I don't believe in goodbye
    And I believe it takes time
    To build something strong, it won't take long
    For you to believe in me, just look in my eyes
    I don't believe in goodbye

    Where love goes we must follow
    And let our hearts lead the way
    We'll be the last of the true believers
    First in love and last to stay

    Chorus

    I don't believe in goodbye
    I don't believe in goodbye
    I don't believe in goodbye


  10. The Boys & Me

    Me and the boys that I knew in school
    Are thirty years old, stubborn as a herd of mules
    We get all cleaned up on a Saturday night
    We say yes to the girls when they ask if they look alright
    Load up the cars and ride around
    Roll down the windows and we go to town

    Chorus
    And we talk too slow, drive too fast
    We're high on life and low on gas
    Tryin' to make the way things are
    The way things used to be
    The boys and me

    The phone rings it's the call of the wild
    And the clothes we wear have finally come back in style
    We got some tall tales that we love to tell
    They may not be true
    But we sure do remember them well
    We work hard to have a little fun
    Roll up our sleeves and get the job done son

    Chorus (x2)