Tyler Got Him a Tesla

Album: Can't Say I Ain't Country (2019)
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  • What's up y'all? It's T-Hub
    I can't make it to the phone right now
    But leave me a voicemail and I can get back to you soon

    Hey there fellas, this is your brother Jervel again
    Wanted to call on in, talk to you a little bit
    I— I peeked in into the huge worship service this last week, you know
    And— and Jesse and Steven, I heard them over there talking, you know
    "Tyler got him a Tesla, Tyler got him a Tesla"
    And I say, "Hey, hold on a minute
    That boy still got a pickup truck in his garage, I seen it
    You know, you can't say he ain't country, he ain't just gon' turn it off like cats"

    Anyway it just kind of bothered me a little bit, you know, it had—
    Had me upset a little bit
    But anyway, talk to y'all later on Writer/s: Brian Kelley, Tyler Hubbard
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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