This Nothin' Town

Album: Night Train (2012)
  • Got us a sunset sinking into a friday night
    Got us some beer needs drinking hey and we just might
    Sometimes we gotta make it up as we go
    But layin' low ain't all that goes on 'round here

    It might look a little laid back to ya
    But it ain't all just porches and plows
    But don't let that one red light fool ya
    There's always something going down
    In this nothing town

    That old abandoned factory just got the wrecking ball
    We threw a party in the parking lot just to watch it fall
    Sometimes we gotta make it up as we go
    But laying low ain't all that goes on round here

    It might look a little laid back to ya
    But it ain't all just porches and plows
    But don't let that one red light fool ya
    There's always something going down
    In this nothing town
    In this nothing town

    Somebody's backyard
    Some river bank
    Sometimes c'mon y'all
    Yeah that's all it takes

    It might look a little laid back to ya
    But it ain't all just porches and plows
    But don't let that one red light fool ya
    There's always something going down
    In this nothing town

    There's something going down
    In this nothing town Writer/s: NEIL THRASHER, MIKE BUSBEE, WENDELL LEE MOBLEY
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management
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