Rock Bottom Blues

Album: Born Free (2010)
  • A moonshine shuffle in a crowded space
    A hog-tied hustle with a driving bass
    Some full throttle, half bottle, high saddle rhythm and blues
    Come on now try it, this muddy water's feelin' fine
    You can't deny it, footstompin' music and wine

    It feels good to me (answer)
    It feels good to me (answer)
    It feels good to me (tell the truth)
    It feels good to me (through and through)
    It feels good to me now, I hope it feels good to you!

    A smoke filled fever in a low-lit room
    A pocket full of pain and a bag of doom
    Some high cotton, fat bottom, bad rockin' hundred proof
    Come on now try it, it's bound to make ya lose your mind
    You can't deny it, footstompin' music and wine

    [Chorus]

    A big bonfire in an open field
    Some good timin' womens like Riley Steele
    Forget tomorrow
    Tonight we gonna raise the roof
    Come on now try it, 'cause these are those good times
    You can't deny it, footstompin' music and wine

    [Chorus]

    These non-stop, last-drop, hi-watt, rock bottom blues Writer/s: MARLON YOUNG, R.J. RITCHIE
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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