Songs of the MONTGOMERY GENTRY

I Ain’t Got It All That Bad – Montgomery Gentry

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There’s tougher lives I might’ve had Sometimes I live hand to mouth But there are those that go without Might be things I wish I had But when I

My Town – Montgomery Gentry

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You can’t miss it, it’s the first thing that you see. Just up the road, a pale-blue water tower, With “I Love Jenny” painted in bright green. Hey, that’s

Didn’t I – Montgomery Gentry

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Go and lay my life down When you called my name I thought I stood for something Was doing the right thing when I went away Now being back

Tried And True – Montgomery Gentry

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Kentucky raised, just a country boy and that’s all I’ll ever be My daddy ran a still house to keep us kids alive Just doin’ what he had to

It’s All Good – Montgomery Gentry

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Front porch of this old house Lighting bugs in a mason jar There’s a four-lane coming through They break ground at the end of June The county’s taking half

If A Broken Heart Could Kill – Montgomery Gentry

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I hardly ever, get a cold I keep myself, in pretty good shape But i know i wouldn’t be here today If a broken heart could kill, i be

Merry Christmas From The Family – Montgomery Gentry

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At our Christmas party We were drinkin’ champagne punch And homemade eggnog Little sister brought her new boyfriend He was a Mexican We didn’t know what to think of

You Do Your Thing – Montgomery Gentry

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Put me on a lake with pickin on the line Put me ’round a campfire cookin’ something I just cleaned You do your thing, I’ll do mine I ain’t

She Couldn’t Change Me – Montgomery Gentry

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Was my old broke down boots She wanted her a real cowboy It was a phase she was goin’ through But not one week after she moved in I

For The Money – Montgomery Gentry

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Daddy almost made a living with eighty acres and a plow He could’ve bought that place twice over working for someone in town Ah, but you should’ve seen him