I was shopping for a suit the other day And walked into the department store Stepped on the elevator and told the girl "Dry goods floor"
When I got off, a salesman come up to me He said "now, what can I do for you?" I said "well go in there and show me all the sport's clothes Like you're supposed to"
He said, "well, sure, come on in buddy Dig these fabrics we got laid out on the shelf" He said "Pick yourself out one try it on, stand in the mirror and dig yourself"
(Ooh-ooh-ooh) that suit's pure herringbone (Ooh-ooh-ooh) yeah, that's a suit I'd like to own (Ooh-ooh-ooh) buddy, that suit is you (Ooh-ooh-ooh) yeah, I believe it too
I see for the business man you featurin' a natural shoulder That retail, wholesale, indeed It's got the custom cuffs and the walking short He said "And I'm gonna let you have at a steal"
And for the playboy you have the latest in tweed With the cut-away flap over twice It's a box-back, two button western model He said, "Now ain't that nice"
(Ooh-ooh-ooh) them buttons are solid gold (Ooh-ooh-ooh) you made a deal, sold (Ooh-ooh-ooh) that collar's pure camel hair (Ooh-ooh-ooh) well, you can just set it down right in that chair
Now you go back there and you get that paper and let me sign on the dotted line And I'll make sure I get all my payments in right on time Hey wait a minute buddy, let me go back there and do a little checking on you Then the man come back, he said "I'm sorry my man, but your credit didn't go through" Why, what you mean?
(Ooh-ooh-ooh) ain't this a shame (Ooh-ooh-ooh) my heart's in pain (Ooh-ooh-ooh) pure, pure herringbone (Ooh-ooh-ooh) that's a suit you'll never own Ooh, Lord have mercy, I gotta good job, sweeping up every day...
Writer/s: JERRY LEIBER, KENT HARRIS, MIKE STOLLER
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
Florida Georgia Line's "Cruise" spent 24 weeks on top of the country chart- the most ever until Sam Hunt's "Body Like a Back Road" was #1 for 34 weeks. The record was previously held by Eddy Arnold's "I'll Hold You in My Heart (1947-48), Hank Snow's "I'm Moving On" (1950-51) and Webb Pierce's "In the Jailhouse Now" (1955), which each led for 21 weeks.
Who writes a song about a name they found in a phone book? That's just one of the everyday things these guys find to sing about. Anything in their field of vision or general scope of knowledge is fair game. If you cross paths with them, so are you.