Or Two Stepping My Way Through Life
Hank Williams Jr. taught me that a country boy can survive.
Johnny Cash taught me how to walk the line.
The Bellamy Brothers taught me about redneck girls. Their hands may be calloused but their hearts are tender.
Charlie Daniels taught me that if all else fails to reach out and kick old green teeth right in the knee.
Garth Brooks taught me that some of the greatest gifts are unanswered prayers.
Merle Haggard taught me that sometimes it's best to just find a bar stool and sit right there and drink.
Kenny Rogers taught me to beware of Ruby. She'll take her love to town.
Willie Nelson taught me that nothing is sadder than blue eyes crying in the rain.
Waylon Jennings taught me about good hearted women loving good timing men.
Johnny Paycheck taught me to be able to say take this job and shove it.
Jimmy Buffet taught me that no matter how many people may say that there is a woman to blame, it's my own damn fault.
Jerry Jeff Walker taught me of being 35 and drinkin' in a honky tonk.
Toby Keith taught me that sometimes it's okay to want to talk about me.
George Jones taught me the lesson of remembering things long and lean and built to handle.
Travis Tritt taught me that sometimes you can listen to no more. Just hand them a quarter and directions to call someone that cares.
Alabama taught me that sometimes you just have to hear a fiddle in the band.
Dolly Parton taught me to watch out for Jolene.
Hank Williams Sr. taught me that sometimes it is hard to melt a cold cold heart and free a doubtful mind.
Ernest Tubbs taught me to waltz across Texas.
George Straight taught me to keep an eye out for tears on the jukebox.
Charlie Pride taught me just why I hated pickin' cotton.
Shania Twain taught me to get in touch with my feminine side and feel like a woman.
Clint Black taught me of killin' time.
Bob Wills taught me about faded love.
David Allen Coe taught me the importance of the perfect country and western song. You don't have to call me darlin', darlin'. You never even call me by my name.