Songs of the MONTGOMERY GENTRY

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

Talking To My Angel – Montgomery Gentry

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And I’m ashamed about the shape I’m in And how bad I feel Damn these tears Damn this habit that I’ve had for years I’m trying hard to make

Free Fall – Montgomery Gentry

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That same old lame alarm clock excuse just ain’t gonna work again Well, I had a Marlboro for breakfast on the way out the door That’s the third day

Lonely & Gone – Montgomery Gentry

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Pulled in the driveway, picked up the paper Found my key, and unlocked the door I walked in, felt like a stranger Like i’d never, been there before And

Tattoos & Scars – Montgomery Gentry

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He said dont be surprised old man i’m older than you think If i was the talkin kind i could tell you a thing or two And since you

Ramblin’ Man – Montgomery Gentry

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I’ve played in California there ain’t too much I haven’t seen I’m a Ramblin’ Man Don’t fool around with a Ramblin’ Man Left a girl in West Virginia Up

Hell Yeah – Montgomery Gentry

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He drinks way too early till way too late He hasn’t had a raise since new years day In eighty-eight gets trampled on by everyone Except when he comes

Daddy Won’t Sell The Farm. – Montgomery Gentry

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His cows get loose and run right thru the fast food parking lots And daddy gets calls from the mini-malls When they’re downwind from his hogs. When his tractor

Black Jack Fletcher And Mississippi Sam – Montgomery Gentry

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Ole’ Black Jack Fletcher and Mississippi Sam Come ridin’ their mules and leading their hounds Down to my place They holler “Hey son” have you got a drank Gonna

Cold One Comin’ On – Montgomery Gentry

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September’s gonna feel more like July He’s callin’ for a night that’s warm and mild I think he missed it by a mile He just don’t know that you’re

Why Do I Feel Like Running – Montgomery Gentry

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My mama held my hand Tried to hold me steady all she could But I pulled just like a full-grown man Now mama was a real fine woman Only

Lie Before You Leave – Montgomery Gentry

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Once that door closes you won’t be coming back I’ve only one favor left to ask of you If your heart’s not hurting too Lie before you leave and

Speed – Montgomery Gentry

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I need to find a place where my heart can go to heal I need to get there pretty quick Hey mister what you got out on that lot

Hillbilly Shoes – Montgomery Gentry

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I was there when the men came, and told us all the news Father forgive them for they know not what they do Till they walk a while, a

Lonesome – Montgomery Gentry

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One set of keys, one car out in the drive One half of the closet empty One half of the bed cold at night One of us just up

Mexico – Montgomery Gentry

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I never knew it was so hard to get through south of that border If I had any idea it took that many pesos to make a dollar I’d