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Alan Jackson
Alan Jackson


Информация
Настоящее имя Alan Eugene Jackson
Дата рождения 17 октября 1958 г.
Откуда Newnan, Georgia USA
Жанры Country
Годы 1989—н.в.
Лейблы Arista Nashville Records
См. также George Strait
Keith Stegall
The Wrights
Randy Travis
George Canyon
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Good Time (04.03.2008)
04.03.2008
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Work, work all week long
Punchin’ that clock from dusk till dawn.
Countin’ the days till Friday night
That’s when all the conditions are right.
For a good time
I need a good time.

Yea, I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

I cashed my check, cleaned my truck
Put on my hat, forgot about work
Sun goin’ down, head across town
Pick up my baby and turn it around
Good time,
Aahh, I need a good time

I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
Time for a good time

HEY!

Pig in the ground, beer on ice
Just like ole Hank taught us about
Singin’ along, Bocephus songs
Rowdy friends all night long
Good time
Lord, we’re having a good time,

Yea, I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

Whew

Heel toe dosey doe
Scootin’ our boots, swingin’ doors
B & D Kix and Dunn
Honkin’ tonk heaven, Double shotgun
Good time,
Lord, we’re havin’ a good time

Cause I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

Shot of Tequila, beer on tap
Sweet southern woman set on my lap
Gee with an ohh ohh with a dee
T with an I and an M and an E
And a good time
Shhheww, good time
I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

Ahh, turn it up now.

A Shot of Tequila.
Beer on tap.
A good looking woman.
To set on my lap.

A Gee with an ohh, an ohh with a dee
A T with an I an M with an E
That spells good time
A good time

Ohh, I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
Time for a good time

Twelve o’clock, two o’clock three o’clock four
Five o’clock we know were that’s gonna go
Closing the door, shuttin’ em down
Head for that Waffle House way across town
Good time
Ohh, we’re havin’ a good time.
Ohh, I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

Ohh, I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

Ohh, I’ve been workin’ all week
And I’m tired and I don’t wanna sleep
I wanna have fun
It’s time for a good time

Ohh, yea, a good time.

I need a good time.

Yea, a good time

. . .


Born the middle son
Of a farmer
And a small town
Southern man
Like his daddy's
Daddy before him
Brought up
Workin' on the land
Fell in love
With a small town woman
And they married up
And settled down
Natural way of life
If you're lucky
For a small town
Southern man

First there came
Four pretty daughters
For this small town
Southern man
Then a few years
Later came another
A boy, he wasn't planned
Seven people
Living all together
In a house built
With his own hands
Little words with love
And understanding
From a small town
Southern man

Chorus:
And he bowed
His head to Jesus
And he stood
For Uncle Sam
And he only loved
One woman
He was always proud
Of what he had
He said
His greatest contribution
Is the ones
You leave behind
Raised on the ways
And gentle kindness
Of a small town
Southern man
Raised on the ways
And gentle kindness
Of a small town
Southern man

Callous hands
Told the story
For this small town
Southern man
He gave it all
To keep it all together
And keep his family
On his land
Like his daddy
Years wore out his body
Made it hard
Just to walk
And stand

You can break the back
But you can't break
The spirit
Of a small town
Southern man

(Chorus)

Finally death
Came callin'
For this small town
Southern man
He said it's alright
'Cause I see angels
And they got me
By the hand
Don't you cry
And don't you worry
I'm blessed
And I know I am
'Cause God
Has a place in heaven
For a small town
Southern man

(Chorus)

. . .


I wish i could back up and start all over
cause now i'd know better the best way to love her
the words i would tell her the time i would give her
i wish i could back up and start all over
CHORUS:
time takes you places you never knew you'd be goin'
it softens the edges of memories you're towin'
it changes the reasons
you wanted to hold her
i wish i could back up and start all over
END CHORUS:
i wish icould back up and start all over
i'd make the first time feel like forever
not to be younger may be just to be smarter
i wish i could back up and start all over
time takes you places you never knew you'd be goin'
it softens the edges of memories you're towin'
it changes the reasons
you wanted to hold her
i wish i could back up and start all over
i wish i could back up and start all over
days i would take back nights i'd wanna make longer
moments i'd never just throw over my shoulder
i wish i could back up and start all over
BRIDGE
but it's never too late to wanna do better
love's never easy,changes just like the weather
some dayd it's raining some are sunny and blue
there's never perfect but there's faithful and true
time takes you places you never knew you'd be goin'
it softens the edges of memories you're towin'
it changes the reasons
you wanted to hold her
i wish i could back up and start all over
i wish i could back up and start all over

. . .


(Keith Stegall / Charlie Craig)

I work a forty hour week and I earn my keep
And I try to walk proud and tall
I keep my nose to the ground, I dont get behind
And I dont back up at all
Well my necks a little red, my collars blue
I sip a little coffee, and I drink a little booze

cause Im an all american country boy
Im my daddys spittin image and my mamas pride and joy
There aint nothing down home that I really dont enjoy
cause Im an all american country boy

I drive a pickup truck and I dont pass the buck
And I always speak my mind
Im hooked on t.v., rolaids, and b.c.s
And I know how to have a good time
Im a little bit rowdy and a little bit tame
Aint no way Im ever gonna change

cause Im an all american country boy
Im my daddys spittin image and my mamas pride and joy
There aint nothing down home that I really dont enjoy
cause Im an all american country boy

Well I must admit that Ive mellowed a bit
Father time can slow you down
Im still doin all I used to do
It just takes a little longer now

cause Im an all american country boy
Im my daddys spittin image and my mamas pride and joy
There aint nothing down home that I really dont enjoy
cause Im an all american country boy

Im just a country boy
A good ol country boy

. . .


I’m usually strong
keep love all away
wall around my heart
so it won’t have to brave
but you take me some place that i’ve never been
now i don’t know if i’ll find my way back again

chorus:
cause you’ve got me right where i want you
and there’s not a thing i can’t do
completely consume all about you*
you’ve got me right where i want you

i close my eyes you’re looking at me
you wake me at night walking round in my dreams
windows are smell of roses in blue
and all i can think of is last night’s perfume

[chorus]

and i’ve never thought that i would get caught
but here i am wrapped up in you

[chorus]
you’ve got me right where,
you’ve got me right where,
you’ve got me right where i want you

. . .


Rockie burned up the movie screen and I was turnin seventeen
Tie-dyed shirts and Levis jean, lookin cool at the Dairy Queen
Tryin to impress a young woman in her Sunday dress

And that was 1976, didnt know who I was yet
A pretty little blonde haired girl stole my heart and changed my world
Two kids and a moonlit sky, a little love on a Friday night
Built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

My high school days I packed away, set my sights on a bigger stage
Jimmy Carter moved to DC, a Georgia boy just like me, life seemed easy
Nothin much that we needed

That was 1976, didnt know who I was yet
A pretty little blonde haired girl stole my heart and changed my world
Two kids and a moonlit sky, a little love on a Friday night
Built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

[Instrumental Interlude]

Eight track tapes were still in style and Elvis was still alive
Wonder Woman sure looked fine, Bionic Man was still Prime Time
And that girl I liked, we kept on tryin till we got it right

And that was 1976, didnt know who I was yet
A pretty little blonde haired girl stole my heart and changed my world
Two kids and a moonlit sky, a little love on a Friday night
Built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

Yeah, that was 1976, didnt know who we were yet
Built a fire that just wont quit and that was 1976

We built a fire that just wont quit, that was 1976

. . .


Tonight it doesn’t feel like it did last night
i’m feeling warm if inside
since i saw your face
since i looked in your eyes
there’s a change in this place
i think the love factor’s high

chorus:
when the love factor’s high
and too hard to collide
you don’t even try
that’s when you’ll find
one that feels right
one for all time
it’s hard to deny
when the love factor’s high

sometimes it flys and sometimes it falls
sometimes you beg
ends up against the wall
as i hold you close
we dance in time
but i think i know the love factor’s high

[chorus]

it’s hard to deny
when the love factor’s high

. . .


It happens every time I think about the reasons why
I'm seating here alone at night and not with you.
Heartache takes control and lets me know
just what a fool I was and how you can't erase the things you do.

And sorry just can't mend a broken heart, I've hand in you
brake apart is what most broken hearts still you to do.

Chorus:
But I made long long way from over you
Don't think I've ever seen so many shades of blue.
They say the time will heal
don't know if I ever will
'cause I made long long way from over you.

Now over you the sound like some lost city
people tell me how to find it, somehow I just never do
And maybe it's because I never wanted to it all,
of course now I see that I had the best in you.

That clock just runs in circles, days just go on' by
memories hold me closer, no matter how I cry.

Chorus:
I'm still a long long way from over you
Don't think I've ever seen so many shades of blue.
They say the time will heal
don't know if I ever will
'cause I made long long way from over you.

That clock just runs in circles, days just go on' by
memories hold me closer, no matter how I cry.

Chorus:
I'm still a long long way from over you
Don't think I've ever seen so many shades of blue.
They say the time will heal
don't know if I ever will
'cause I made long long way from over you.

C'mon banjo! (Banjo solo)
How 'bout that mandolin in there (Mandolin solo)
All right flat-top (Flap top solo)
How 'bout of little pedal steel guitar (Steel guitar solo)
Little of Bass n' drums now (Bass solo and drums solo)
C'mon everybody!

They say the time will heal
don't know if I ever will
'cause I made long long way from over you

. . .


Why did she have to go
So young I just don't know why
Things happen half the time
Without reason without rhyme
Lovely, sweet young woman
Daughter, wife and mother
Makes no sense to me
I just have to believe

She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels
By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees
And she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting
And I know she's smiling saying
Don't worry 'bout me

Loved ones she left behind
Just trying to survive
And understand the why
Feeling so lost inside
Anger shot straight at God
Then asking for His love

Empty with disbelief
Just hoping that maybe

She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels
By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees
And she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting
And I know she's smiling saying
Don't worry 'bout me

It's hard to say goodbye
Her picture in my mind
They'll always be of times I'll cherish
And I won't cry 'cause

She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels
By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees
And she walks with jesus and her loved ones waiting
And I know she's smiling saying
Don't worry 'bout me
Don't worry 'bout me

. . .


There’s satellite communications
Long distance internet relations
The world’s a little faster every day
I know it’s all well and good
And I don’t embrace it like I should
But I wouldn’t wanna go backwards even if I could.

CHORUS:
But I still like bologna on white bread now and then,
And the sound of a whippoorwill down a country road.
The grass between my toes and that sunset sinking low
And a good woman’s love to hold me close
I like my 50 inch HD plasma

Feels like they just reach out and grab you,
500 channels at my command.
I finally gave in and got a cell phone.
That I hardly ever seem to turn on.
I guess I never had that much to say.

REPEAT CHORUS

I got a laptop that sits on a desk
I don’t use it much except to check
On some ole car from yesterday
I kinda like that music thang
You just download ‘em and you can save about
Every song that’s ever been made

REPEAT CHORUS

Well I guess what I’ve been trying to say
This digital world is okay
It makes life better in a lot of ways
But it can’t make the smell of spring
Or sunshine or lots of little things
We take for granted every day

REPEAT CHORUS

Yeah bologna, a woman’s love and a good cell phone

. . .


Alan Jackson:

Girl I swear you got me acting crazy...
Half the time I dont know what my name is...
Im the kind, who like to take it slow and lazy
Girl yo ugot me runnin hot and hazy

Duet:

Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never loved before

Martina:

Boy you got me runnin like a rocket
You stole my heart, and stuck it in your pocket
And now I got your face inside my lockett
I really tried but I dont think I can stop it baby

Duet:

Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never loved before

Break...

Alan Jackson:

You sat beside me last night on the sofa
I took your hand and pulled you little closer
You kissed my lips and then you let me hold yah
That feels the way that loves supposed to feel baby

Duet:

Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never loved before

Martina:

You held the door when we went to the movies
I like your quirky, sneeky sense of humor
Your strong and sweet and all the things I needed
Your the one that keeps my heart a beetin

Duet:

Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never loved before

Martina:

Oh my heart starts beatin when its time for you to leave me

Alan Jackson:

Yah my heart starts spinnin...

Duet:

Every time that your near me...

Duet: (Sing twice then fade out)

Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never...
Oh I love you like I never loved before

. . .


I shaved my face and combed my hair, put on a new pair of underwear
And sat on the porch with my Labrador like a hundred other times before
She changed her shoes and freshened up her face, put on some skimpy sexy lace
And finally made her way through the back screen door, we loaded up on the front seat of my Ford

And we went out to dinner and we drove right back home, watched an old movie and drank a half a bottle of Rum
Then we turned off the tv and we got right down to it, there aint nothin left to do now that weve done it

Oh, yes

[Instrumental Interlude]

It seems like it happens everytime, we get a chance to reignite that fire
We burn it fast and then retire just before the news on channel five

Yeah, we went out to dinner and we drove right back home, watched an old movie and drank a half a bottle of Rum
Then we turned off the tv and we got right down to it, there aint nothin left to do now that weve done it

[Instrumental Interlude]

After all these years it can get routine, you can change the order up, or use different names
Try it in the mornin or the middle of the day, the end results still the same

Oh, we went out to dinner and we drove right back home, watched an old movie and drank a half a bottle of Rum
Then we turned off the tv and we got right down to it, there aint nothin left to do now that weve done it
Oh, Lord, weve turned off the tv and we got right down to it, and there aint nothin left to do now that weve done it

Hey, honey, hand me that remote

. . .


Look at me
And tell me
You don’t love me
Take my hand and say
It can’t be
Kiss me once and just
Before you walk away
Listen first to what
Your senses say

‘Cause I can see me
Loving you forever
I can feel my arms
Around your life
I can taste your lips
Against my memory
Listen to your senses
What they have to say

Love can hurt
Love can scar you
The time just best
To turn away
But love can heal
And love can save you

Today is not like yesterday

I can see me
Loving you forever
I can feel my arms
Around your life
I can taste your lips
Against my memory
Listen to your senses
What they have to say

‘Cause I can see me
Loving you forever
I can feel my arms
Around your life
I can taste your lips
Against my memory
Listen to your senses
What they have to say

Listen to your senses
What they have to say
I can see me
Loving you forever

. . .


Theres an old hardwood tree starin through the glass at me
Its been there since eighty-five, sometimes I think it reads my mind
I guess its true, you cant keep it from shinnin through

Theres no denyin that Ive been hidin from this thing thats chasin me
Yeah, Ive been runnin, no good at shunnin all these scars from yesterday
There comes a time you gotta give it up, spin that wheel and try your luck
Never know what you will find, it might be love this time

[Instrumental Interlude]

I knew it from that very first smile I could taste it like a hungry child
Not at all like all the rest, you know they say that last is best
Like a rainbow on a cloudy day, just to shout it takes my breath away

And theres no denyin that Ive been hidin from this thing thats chasin me
Yeah, Ive been runnin, no good at shunnin all these scars from yesterday
There comes a time you gotta give it up, spin that wheel and try your luck
Never know what you will find, it might be love this time

Ive been hidin from this thing thats chasin me
Yeah, Ive been runnin, no good at shunnin all these scars from yesterday
There comes a time you gotta give it up, spin that wheel and try your luck
Never know what you will find, it might be love this time

This time, this time, oh, this time, this time
This time

. . .


Laid back in Low Key, you and me on that white powered beach
Side by side with the sand and the sea, laid back in Low Key

Gentle roar of the wave on the shore
Makes its way through the crack neath the door
Wake up call from the ocean floor down in Avid Cove

Were laid back in Low Key, you and me on that white powered beach
Side by side with the sand and the sea, laid back in Low Key

[Instrumental Interlude]

Tequila Sunrise with a coconut base, hammock swingin in the palm tree shade
Standard Island beach Resort cliche, hey, but thats okay

Were laid back in Low Key, you and me on that white powered beach
Side by side with the sand and the sea, laid back in Low Key

Wind blowin on the back of my neck, sun reflectin off that tan on your breast
Found that feelin that we lost long ago down in Avid Cove

Were laid back in Low Key, you and me on that white powered beach
Side by side with the sand and the sea, laid back in Low Key

Were laid back in Low Key, you and me on that white powered beach
Side by side with the sand and the sea, laid back in Low Key

. . .


What’ll it be he asked,
What do you need tonight
Something cold to drown the fire,
Something hot to stir one up
I’ll make it simple I said,
Just two things I’ll request
That bottle by your shoulder,
And some quarters for these dollars

CHORUS
Cause if you wanna make me happy
Pour me burban on the rocks
And play every sad song on the jukebox
Songs of loving and leaving lying and cheating
Songs of hurting and crying and even songs of dying
If you wanna make me happy
Pour me some bourbon on the rocks
And play every sad song on the jukebox

A woman he ask,
She left you I bet
I’ve seen that look that’s in your eyes
on a many other face
That’s right I said,
I deserved it I guess
But it still hurts me all alone
At night there by myself

CHORUS

If you wanna make me happy
Pour me some bourbon on the rocks
And play every sad song on the jukebox

. . .


If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly
Common man of men and the King of many
Hed lay his hands on his brother man, save us all from the sinnin
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly

[Instrumental Interlude]

If He was here today I bet Hed drive a Chevrolet
Workin at the plant drawin workers pay
Hed preach in some little country church outside of the city
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly

If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly
Common man of men and the King of many
Hed lay his hands on his brother man, save us all from the sinnin
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly

[Instrumental Interlude]

His long hair and sandled feet would be in style
Surround himself with the good old boys to tell His tale
Hed have a mighty cross tatoo on his hands by the nail holes that killed Him
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly

If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly
Common man of men and the King of many
Hed lay his hands on his brother man, save us all from the sinnin
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly

[Instrumental Interlude]

Some folks would say it wasnt really Him
You know theyd probably send Him off to some kind of looney bin

They wouldnt hang Him on the cross but theyd find some way to condem Him
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly

If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly
Common man of men and the King of many
Hed lay his hands on his brother man, save us all from the sinnin
If Jesus walked the world today, Hed probably be a Hillbilly
Hed be a Hillbilly, yeah, Hed be a Hillbilly
Id bet Jesus be a Hillbilly, Lord, you know Hed be a Hillbilly

. . .


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