The Man I Am Today – Rodney Atkins

I woke up one morning and my mama was gone I tried to talk to my father he told me not to bother him he said boy being a

About The South – Rodney Atkins

Fried pickles, drunk chicken, craw fishing in the creek Wild turkey, deer jerky tough as Tarzan’s feet Hot women skinny swimmin’, barely belly button deep Turn muddy river water

Monkey In The Middle – Rodney Atkins

Then it’s off to work like a runaway train Drivin’ them nails, draggin’ my tail It don’t take much to follow my trail, follow my trail Back and forth

What’s Left Of Me – Rodney Atkins

Ain’t no better off, just used and simply confused by your complexity Cause you took my heart and my soul and my self-esteem All that remains to be seen

If You’re Going Through Hell – Rodney Atkins

Well you know those times When you feel like there’s a sign there on your back Say’s I don’t mind if ya kick me Seems like everybody has Things

Uncomplicated – Rodney Atkins

That says whatever Let’s have a good time, have a good time Don’t live her life out of some magazine Just a simple girl, simple dreams Uncomplicated One life,

I Will Come To You – Rodney Atkins

but just like the rainfall it’s coming down And something says I shouldn’t try to stop Even though I want to I just don’t know how I guess the

Sing Along – Rodney Atkins

If you could read my mind, you might slap my face. If you could see inside my heart, you’d see it’s in the right place. See, it’s like bunnies

Watching You – Rodney Atkins

Driving through town just my boy and me With a happy meal in his booster seat Knowing that he couldn’t have the toy Till his nuggets were gone A

In The Middle – Rodney Atkins

Old gray fence, tarchip road Martin’s creek, almost home Whitetail buck by a one lane bridge Around the bend up on the ridge There’s Thompson’s barn leaning just a

Someone To Share It With – Rodney Atkins

And I’m pretty good at conversations I’ve got a heart I want to give But I need someone to share it with I love music and don’t mind dancing

These Are My People – Rodney Atkins

Well we grew up down by the railroad tracks Shootin’ b. b.’s at old beer cans Chokin’ on the smoke from a lucky strike Someone lifted off of his

Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy) – Rodney Atkins

The declaration of independence Think I can tell you that first sentence But then I’m lost I can’t begin to count the theories I had pounded in my head

Forgiveness And Permission – Rodney Atkins

Barely wearing that mini-skirt You looked so good it almost hurt I said baby your’ve makine me crazy and you said It’s easier to get forgiveness than permission So

A Man On A Tractor – Rodney Atkins

I woke up the same way this morning Like a stranger in my own life Tired and confused with too much to do Nothing left for my kids and

Wasted Whiskey – Rodney Atkins

I had every intention of getting hammered here tonight I gave my truck keys to the bar keep Said “dave, don’t you dare let me drive” In the middle

Angel’s Hands – Rodney Atkins

She said I’ve been up all night and half-scared to death I can smell the liquor on your breath I payed for your rehab with my ira Boy your

Invisibly Shaken – Rodney Atkins

My friends say they’re proud of me For taking our breakup so casually But they don’t see what lies beneath my smile It appears that I’m okay And I

Honesty – Rodney Atkins

“So we can figure out what we both deserve.” She hardly could believe it, that their love had come to this: Dividing an’ deciding his and hers. But she

The Love We Make – Rodney Atkins

Or read about in all those fashion magazines I won’t build you monuments Or fill your purse with rubies Baby that’s not me But I will hold you while