Songs of the TIM MCGRAW

Down On The Farm – Tim McGraw

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Every Friday night there’s a steady cloud of dust That leads back to a field filled with pickup trucks Got old Hank cranking way up loud Got coolers in

Something Like That – Tim McGraw

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It was Labor Day weekend I was seventeen I bought a Coke and some gasoline And I drove out to the county fair When I saw her for the

For A Little While – Tim McGraw

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Hot sun dancin’ on the river We’re sittin on the bank and watch the world go by Our feet in the water she pressed her lips to mine We

Indian Outlaw – Tim McGraw

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I’m an Indian outlaw Half Cherokee and Choctaw My baby she’s a Chippewa She’s one of a kind All my friends call me Bear Claw The Village Cheaftin’ is

Walk Like A Man – Tim McGraw

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Thought big boys don’t cry, fought back all the tears Mama’d use her make up, to hide the bruises on his face In the morning they’d pretend that there’d

The Only Thing That I Have Left – Tim McGraw

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Album: Tim McGraw Titolo: The Only Thing That I Have Left (Clay Blaker) Some people say I’m one of those guys with blessings in life overlooked Sometimes I feel

My Next Thirty Years – Tim McGraw

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I think I’ll take a moment, celebrate my age The ending of an era and the turning of a page Now it’s time to focus in on where I

Cowboy In Me – Tim McGraw

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I don’t know why I act the way I do Like I ain’t got a single thing to lose Sometimes I’m my own worst enemy I guess that’s just

Just To See You Smile – Tim McGraw

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You always had an eye for things that glittered But I was far from being made of gold I don’t know how but I scraped up the money I

Ain’t That The Way It Always Ends – Tim McGraw

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Johnny came home broken-hearted Said he lost his girl He burrowed up all the hurt in his heart But still a hole in the wall of his world Now