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God's Gift To Woman

Verse One

Well go out and have your fun ain't gonna bother me none I've got some plans of my own you thought I'd just sit and pine and dream of you being mine well darlin' I hate to break the news

 

Chorus

But you ain't gods gift to woman sent down to make my world this ain't some old time love song I ain't your average girl you thought you could win me over simply by lookin' my way but you ain't gods gift to woman and this ain't your lucky day

 

Verse Two

I remember the first time I saw you, 

ya put on quite a show it was almost as if you were wearin' some who wouldn't want me cologne you came on stronger and stronger with each finely crafted line well you might have caught my attention but you lost it in record time

 

Bridge

Well you can throw all the lines that you want to honey

but I ain't gonna take the bait I've been tryin' my best to let you down easy, but it looks like you need settin' straight 

 

Repeat Chorus

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Texas Honky Tonks and Shiner Bock

Intro 

I wasn't born in Texas, but I'm getting there as fast as I can I wanna hear some Waylon Jennings lord with a cold beer in my hand

 

Chorus

Give me a Texas honky tonk and ice cold Shiner Bock I'll play my guitar all night long for them folks like me in a Lone Star state of mind making music and passin' time give me a Texas honky tonk and an ice cold Shiner Bock

 

Verse One

They say everything's bigger in Texas and I say it's better too some folks turn their noses up but if you've been you know it's true

 

Repeat Chorus

 

Verse Two

Well the music down in Texas it's the music that I love it may not be for everyone but it's the place I'm dreaming of

 

Repeat Chorus

 

Verse Three

They say everybody's somebody in Luckenbach tonight that somebodies me deep in the heart of Texas there's no place I'd rather be

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Wonder Why He Don't Call

Verse One

If you see me comin' tell the boys down at the bar

Put Tammy Wynette on the jukebox play me some cryin' steel guitar if I'm headed for the barroom it ain't to have myself a ball I'm comin' down to drown my sorrows and wonder why he don't call

 

Chorus

He don't call me baby he don't call me hun

Once he called me his woman said I'd be the only one promised me forever said I'd be his one and all so tell me why am I here drinkin' and wonderin' why he don't call

 

Verse Two

My phone ain't been ringin' but I won't answer anyhow cause I know what he'd be sayin' would only aim to let me down I need another shot of whiskey a strangers arms to hold me tightI ain't lookin' for forever I'm just lookin' for tonight

 

Chorus

Someone to call me baby someone to call me hun 

Someone to call me his woman maybe have a little fun I ain't lookin' for forever or to be his one and all don't wanna sit alone here drinkin' wonderin' why he don't call

 

Bridge

Well the ringin' in my ears is nearly drivin' me insane the whiskey hides the problem, but it don't take away the pain I've almost hit rock bottom no one to catch me when I fall

 

So I'll just sit alone here drinkin' and wonder why he don't call I guess I'll sit alone here drinkin' and wonder why he don't call

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Future Member

Verse One

I can see my name on the wall backstage in the Opry hall in the pews, I see my daddy's face smilin' proud as I take my place

 

Chorus

Cause I'm a long way from Nashville Tennessee but I know

I'm gettin' closer to my dreams I know the odds, it won't stop me I'm a future member of the Grand Ole Opry

 

Verse Two

Three chords at a time my song becomes refined so I'll wait

for my chance to shine to realize these dreams of mine

 

Repeat Chorus

 

Bridge

My grandma used to listen just like me on Saturday nights

to the Grand Ole Opry and my grandpa would look at me and say

Don't give up, work hard every day follow your dreams and someday you will be the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry

 

I'm a future member

of the Grand Ole Opry

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