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Live at Texas Stadium

Live at Texas Stadium Tracks

  1. Honk if you Honky Tonk - George Strait

    Honk if you Honky Tonk

    Well, I got a bumper sticker
    On the back of my truck
    There ain't another like it
    'Cause I had it made up
    I can tell who's behind me
    They give themselves away
    Lay on their horn when they read this phrase


    Honk if you honky tonk
    Don't if you don't
    But, if you do
    Don't you love to
    Honk if you honky tonk

    Me and Friday night go hand in hand
    Ice cold beer and a swingin' band
    A girl on my arm that won't let go
    She caught my little sign about a mile ago

    Well, just the other day I was cruisin' through town
    Sheriff pulled me over, I thought I had it now
    I rolled down my window, he said with a grin
    "I want one of them stickers or I'm gonna run you in."

    Honk if you honky tonk

    I hear ya honkin', yeah
    I'm pullin' over,
    Let's honky tonk

  2. Murder on Music Row - George Strait w/Alan Jackson

    Murder on Music Row

    Nobody saw him running from sixteenth avenue.
    They never found the fingerprint or the weapon that was used.
    But someone killed country music, cut out its heart and soul.
    They got away with murder down on music row.

    The almighty dollar and the lust for worldwide fame
    Slowly killed tradition and for that someone should hang (oh, you tell them Alan).
    They all say not guilty, but the evidence will show
    That murder was committed down on music row.

    For the steel guitars no longer cry and fiddles barely play,
    But drums and rock 'n roll guitars are mixed up in your face.
    Old Hank wouldn't have a chance on today's radio
    Since they committed murder down on music row.

    They thought no one would miss it, once it was dead and gone
    They said no one would buy them old drinking and cheating songs (I'll still buy 'em)
    Well there ain't no justice in it and the hard facts are cold
    Murder's been committed down on music row.

    Oh, the steel guitars no longer cry and you can't hear fiddles play
    With drums and rock 'n roll guitars mixed right up in your face
    Why, the Hag, he wouldn't have a chance on today's radio
    Since they committed murder down on music row
    Why, they even tell the Possum to pack up and go back home
    There's been an awful murder down on music row.

  3. Milk Cow Blues - George Strait

    Milk Cow Blues

    Well I woke up this mornin', looked outdoors
    I can tell my milk cow, I can tell by the way she lows
    If you see my milk cow, please drive her on home
    'Cause I ain't had no milk and butter since that cows been gone

    Well you gotta treat me right honey day by day
    Get out your little prayer book, get down upon your knees and pray
    'Cause you're gonna need me, you're gonna need my help someday
    Lord you're gonna be sorry, oh, you treated me this a way
    Aw, now take it away boys

    Sail on, sail on, sail on little gal, sail on, sail on, sail on, sail on little gal, sail on
    You're gonna keep right on sailing till you lose your happy home
    Well good evening, don't that sun look good going down
    I said well good evening, don't that sun look good going down
    Don't that ol' army cot look lonely when your lover ain't no place around

    Well I tried everything baby to get along with you
    Now I'm gonna tell you what I'm gonna do
    I'm gonna stop my crying, gonna leave you alone
    And if you don't think I'm leavin' big momma
    Just count the days I'm gone
    You ain't gonna see me, you ain't gonna see my sweet face no more
    Lord you gonna be wondering honey where in this world I've gone
    Milk Cow Blues

  4. Cowboys Like Us - George Strait

    Cowboys Like Us

    I take off time to time
    With those crazy friends of mine
    Head out on steel horses
    With wheels and we ride

    We burn up that road to old Mexico
    Blend in with the desert
    Just we amigos
    And we roll

    Cowboys like us sure do have fun
    Racin' the wind, chasin' the sun
    Take the long way around back to square one
    Today we're just outlaws out on the run
    There'll be no regrets, no worries and such
    For cowboys like us

    We talk about livin', babies, and women
    All that we've lost and all we've been givin'
    We sing about true love, lie about things we ain't done
    Drink one more cold one, come mornin' get up
    And we roll

    Cowboys like us

  5. All My Ex's Live in Texas - George Strait w/Jimmy Buffett

    All My Ex's Live in Texas

    All my ex's live in Texas,
    And Texas is a place I'd dearly love to be.
    But all my ex's live in Texas
    And that's why I hang my hat in Tennessee.

    Rosanna's down in Texarcana; wanted me to push her broom,
    And sweet Ilene's in Abilene; she forgot I hung the moon,
    And Allison in Galveston somehow lost her sanity,
    And Dimples who now lives in Temple's got the law lookin' for me.

    I remember that old Frio river where I learned to swim.
    And it brings to mind another time where I wore my welcome thin.
    My transcendental meditation, I go there each night,
    But I always come back to myself long before daylight.

    Some folks think I'm hidin',
    It's been rumored that I died,
    But I'm alive and well in Tennessee.

  6. Hey Good Lookin' - Jimmy Buffett w/George Strait and Alan Ja

    Hey Good Lookin'

    Say hey, good lookin' - what ya got cookin'?
    How's about cooking somethin' up with me?
    Hey, sweet baby - don't you think maybe
    We can find us a brand new recipe?

    I got a hot rod Ford, and a two dollar bill
    And I know a spot right over the hill
    There's soda pop and the dancing's free
    So if you wanna have fun, come along with me

    Say hey, good lookin' - what ya got cookin'?
    How's about cooking somethin' up with me?

    I'm free and ready, so we can go steady.
    How's about saving all your time for me?
    No more lookin' - I know I been cookin'
    Hows about keepin' steady company?

    I'm gonna throw my date book over the fence
    And buy me one for five or ten cents
    I'll keep it till it's covered with age
    Cause I'm writin' your name down on every page

    Say hey, good lookin' - what ya got cookin'?
    How's about cooking somethin' up with me?

  7. Sea of Heartbreak - Jimmy Buffett w/George Strait

    Sea of Heartbreak

    The lights in the harbor,
    Don't shine for me.
    I'm like a lost ship,
    Adrift on the sea.

    Sea of heartbreak, lost love an' loneliness;
    Memories of your caress, so divine.
    I wish you were mine again, my dear.
    I am on this sea of tears:
    Sea of heartbreak.

    How did I lose you?
    Oh, where did I fail?
    Why did you leave me,
    Always to sail?

    This sea of heartbreak, lost love an' loneliness;
    Memories of your caress, so divine.
    How I wish you were mine again, my dear.
    I am on this sea of tears:
    Sea of heartbreak.

    Oh, what I'd give to sail back to shore;
    Back to your arms once more.

    Oh, come to my rescue;
    Come here to me.
    Take me and keep me,
    Away from the sea.

    Yes, this sea of heartbreak, lost love an' loneliness;
    Memories of your caress, so divine.
    How I wish you were mine again, my dear.
    I'm on this sea of tears:
    Sea of heartbreak.

    It's a sea of heartbreak.

  8. Northeast Texas Women - Jimmy Buffett

    Northeast Texas Women

    Home South of oklahoma, east of New Mexico,
    West of Louisiana where all them Cajuns grow
    We gotta a little place called Texas
    Where the women grow on trees.
    They're right there for the pickin' just as easy as you please

    And you better run take hold
    You're gonna get young 'fore you get old
    And them Texas women is Texas gold
    With kisses that are sweeter than cactus
    Oh...

    North of Amarillo, east of old Dime Box
    You can find your Cinderella or a genuine Goldilocks
    And if ya don't like love attachments, if your taste in women is strange
    Then go on and spend your money, my friend, down in old La Grange

    And you better tell it to the world
    You want to get a Lone Star girl
    With her cast iron curls
    And her aluminum dimple
    And it's so simple

    North of Waxahachie, east of old Cowtown
    Them Dallas women standin' up beat the others lyin' down
    Well God bless the Trinity River and any man who is unaware
    Of the northeast Texas women with their cotton candy hair

  9. Boats to Build - Jimmy Buffett w/Alan Jackson

    Boats to Build

    It's time for a change
    I'm tired of that same ol same
    The same ol words the same ol lines
    The same ol tricks and the same ol rhymes

    Days precious days
    Roll in and out like waves
    I got boards to bend I got planks to nail
    I got charts to make I got seas to sail

    I'm gonna build me a boat
    With these two hands
    It'll be a fair curve
    From a noble plan
    Let the chips fall where they will
    Cause I've got boats to build

    Sails are just like wings
    The wind can make em sing
    Songs of life songs of hope
    Songs to keep your dreams afloat
    I'm gonna build me a boat
    With these two hands
    It'll be a fair curve
    From a noble plan
    Let the chips fall where they will
    Cause I've got boats to build

    Shores distant shores
    There's where I'm headed for
    Got the stars to guide my way
    Sail into the light of day

    I'm gonna build me a boat
    With these two hands
    It'll be a fair curve
    From a noble plan
    Let the chips fall where they will
    Cause I've got boats to build

  10. Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffett w/George Strait and Alan Jack

    MARGARITAVILLE
    Jimmy Buffett

    Nibblin' on sponge cake,
    watchin' the sun bake;
    All of those tourists covered with oil.
    Strummin' my six string on my front porch swing.
    Smell those shrimp--
    They're beginnin' to boil.

    Wasted away again in Margaritaville,
    Searchin' for my lost shaker of salt.
    Some people claim that there's a woman to blame,
    But I know it's nobody's fault.

    Don't know the reason,
    Stayed here all season
    With nothing to show but this brand new tattoo.
    But it's a real beauty,
    A Mexican cutie, how it got here
    I haven't a clue.

    Wasted away again in Margaritaville,
    Searchin' for my lost shaker of salt.
    Some people claim that there's a woman to blame,
    Now I think,-- hell it could be my fault.

    I blew out my flip flop,
    Stepped on a pop top;
    Cut my heel, had to cruise on back home.
    But there's booze in the blender,
    And soon it will render
    That frozen concoction that helps me hang on.

    Wasted away again in Margaritaville
    Searchin' for my lost shaker of salt.
    Some people claim that there's a woman to blame,
    But I know, it's my own damn fault.
    Yes, and some people claim that there's a woman to blame, And I know it's my own damn fault

  11. It's 5 O'Clock Somwhere - Alan Jackson w/Jimmy Buffett

    It's Five O' Clock Somewhere

    The sun is hot and that old clock is movin' slow
    And so am I
    Work day passes like molasses in winter time
    But it's July

    Getting paid by the hour and older by the minute
    My boss just pushed me over the limit
    I could call him something
    Think I'll just call it a day

    Pour me something tall and strong
    Make it a hurricane before I go insane
    It's only half past twelve but I don't care
    It's five o'clock somewhere

    This lunch break is gonna take all afternoon
    Half the night
    Tomorrow morning I know there'll be hell to pay
    But, hey, that's all right

    I ain't had a day off now, in over a year
    My Jamaican vacation's gonna start right here
    If the phone's for me you can tell them
    I just sailed away

    Pour me something tall and strong
    Make it a hurricane before I go insane
    It's only half past twelve but I don't care
    It's five o'clock somewhere

    I could pay off my tab, pour myself in a cab
    And be back to work before two
    At a moment like this, I can't help but wonder
    What would Jimmy Buffett do

    Funny you should ask Alan, I'd say
    Pour me something tall and strong
    Make it a hurricane before I go insane
    It's only half past twelve but I don't care

    Pour me something tall and strong
    Make it a hurricane before I go insane
    It's only half past twelve but I don't care
    it's five o'clock somewhere

    But he don't care, I don't care
    Together
    It's five o'clock somewhere

  12. Designated Drinker - Alan Jackson w/George Strait

    Designated Drinker

    Here's my keys, I want you to take 'em
    I think I'm gonna need you to get back home
    Hold on to my hat, I don't wanna lose it
    I couldn't stand for something else to be gone
    I'm sure you know the reason I'm here cryin'
    I think you'll understand why

    Tonight, I'm the designated drinker
    I just lost the one that wrapped me around her finger
    I need to get to where I can't think of her
    So tonight, I'm the designated drinker

    I came here to get you to help me
    I need a friend to see me through
    I hated to call, I knew you wouldn't mind at all
    I know you know I'd do the same for you
    I'm not the kind that likes to drown my sorrow
    I may hate myself tomorrow
    Oh but

    Tonight, I'm the designated drinker
    I just lost the one that wrapped me around her finger
    I need to get to where I can't think of her
    So tonight, I'm the designated drinker

    We need to get to where we can't think of her
    So tonight, we're the designated drinkers

    Oh tonight, we're the designated drinkers

  13. Texas Women - Alan Jackson

    Texas Women

    I've got some fond memories of San Angelo
    And I've seen some beauty queens in El Paso
    But the best lookin' women that I've ever seen
    Have all been in Texas and all wearin' jeans

    I'm a country plow-boy, not an urban cowboy
    And I don't ride bulls but I have fought some men
    Drive a pickup truck, trust in God and luck
    And I live to love Texas women

    I thought I'd seen beauty in faraway places
    Till I looked upon those Houston faces
    Spent Hollywood nights up in Beverly Hills
    But they weren't nothin' like one night down in Brownsville

    I'm a country plow-boy, not an urban cowboy
    And I don't ride bulls but I have fought some men
    Drive a pickup truck, trust in God and luck
    And I live to love Texas women

    I'm a pretty fair judge of the opposite sex
    And I ain't seen nothin' that will touch 'em yet
    They may be from Waco or out in Lampassas
    But one thing about it, they all come from Texas

    I'm a country plow-boy, not an urban cowboy
    And I don't ride bulls but I have fought some men
    Drive a pickup truck, trust in God and luck
    And I live to love Texas women

    I'm an Oiler fan not a soccer man
    And my arms are red and so is my blood
    And they make it boil with that soft Texas drawl
    And I love 'em all, Texas women

  14. Seven Bridges Road - Alan Jackson

    Seven Bridges Road

    There are stars in the southern sky
    Southward as you go
    There is moonlight and moss in the trees
    Down the seven bridges road.

    Now, I have loved you like a baby
    Like some lonesome child
    And I have loved you in a tame way
    And I have loved you wild.

    Sometimes there's a part of me
    Has to turn form here and go
    Running like a child from these warm stars
    Down the seven bridges road.

    There are stars in the southern sky
    And if ever you decide you should go
    There is a taste of time sweetened honey
    Down the seven bridges road...

  15. Where I Come From - Alan Jackson

    Where I Come From

    Well I was rollin' wheels and shiftin' gears
    'Round that Jersey turnpike
    When Barney stopped me with his gun
    Ten minutes after midnight
    Said sir you broke the limit in this rusty ol' truck
    I don't know about that accent son
    Just where did you come from

    I said where I come from it's cornbread and chicken
    Where I come from a lotta front porch sitin'
    Where I come from tryin' to make a livin'
    And workin' hard to get to Heaven, where I come from

    Well I was south of Detroit city
    I pulled in this country kitchen
    To try their brand of barbecue
    The sign said finger lickin'
    Well I paid the tab and the lady asked me
    How'd you like my biscuit
    I'll be honest with you ma'am
    It ain't like mama fixed it

    'Cause where I come from it's cornbread and chicken
    Where I come from a lotta front porch pickin'
    Where I come from tryin' to make a livin'
    And workin' hard to get to Heaven, where I come from

    I was chasin' sun on 101
    Somewhere around Ventura
    I lost a universal joint and I had to use my finger
    This tall lady stopped and asked
    If I had plans for dinner
    Said no thanks ma'am, back home
    We like the girls that sing soprano

    'Cause where I come from it's cornbread and chicken
    Where I come from a lotta front porch sitin'
    Where I come from tryin' to make a livin'
    And workin' hard to get to Heaven, where I come from

    Well I was headed home on 65
    Somewhere around Kentucky
    The CB rang for a bobtail rig
    That's rollin' on like thunder
    Well I answered him and he asked me
    Aren't you from out in Tulsa?
    No, but you might'a seen me there
    I just dropped a load of salsa

    Where I come from it's cornbread and chicken
    Where I come from a lotta front porch pickin'
    Where I come from tryin' to make a livin'
    And workin' hard to get to Heaven, where I come from

    Where I come from yeah it's cornbread and chicken
    Where I come from a lotta back porch pickin'
    Where I come from tryin' to make a livin'
    And workin' hard to get to Heaven, where I come from
    Where I come from

    Yeah, where I come from a lotta front porch sitin'
    Starin' up at Heaven where I come from
    Where I come from tryin' to make a livin'

    Oh, where I come from
    Where I come from