Lonestar Cheater’s Road

Down a dirt road in southern Louisiana

Flew a white Continental with the top laid back

Pretty blonde sittin’ on a seat of red leather

Dust blowin’ outta those well wore tracks

She goin’ back

Moss hangin’ down like beards in the bayou

Old folks watchin’ from a rockin’ chair

Ain’t no place for a girl of her state

She’s gonna ruin her reputation

She don’t care cause he’s waitin’ there

She’s gonna say

Tell me you think that I’m pretty

Tell me you think that I’m smart

Tell me anything and I’ll believe it

‘Cause I’m listening with my heart

Maybe it’s wrong but that’s the way it goes

When the only love you get is down

Cheater’s road

Bedsprings rubbin’ her back through the blanket

Sweat like a tear rollin’ down her neck

Watchin’ him pullin’ down the shades on the window

She’d rather have him than an empty bed and her self respect

And she says

Tell me you think that I’m pretty

Tell me you think that I’m smart

Tell me anything and I’ll believe it

‘Cause I’m listening with my heart

Maybe it’s wrong but that’s the way it goes

When the only love you get is down

Cheater’s road

Old man countin’ his money in the city

Nothin’ but the bottom dollar on his mind

The whole situation is a downright pity

He didn’t even notice when she crossed that line

When she crossed that line

And she said

Tell me you think that I’m pretty

Tell me you think that I’m smart

Tell me anything and I’ll believe it

‘Cause I’m listening with my heart

Maybe it’s wrong but that’s the way it goes

When the only love you get is down

Cheater’s road

Down cheater’s road

Oh tell me you think that I’m pretty

Tell me you think that I’m smart

Oh tell me you think that I’m pretty

Tell me you think that I’m smart

Oh tell me you think that I’m pretty

Tell me you think that I’m smart

Lonestar Two Bottles Of Beer

Spring break, Bamboo Bill’s, the sun was smolderin’ hot

We looked like two lobsters that washed up

Huntin’ a place to cool off

I slid my Red Stripe over, next to her Corona and lime

Buffet in the background, laughed until sundown

Danced until’ closin’ time

[Chorus]

Over two bottles of beer we watched the sun disappear

I knew I thought she was cool and could tell she dug me

I could go on ’bout that first kiss

But it really all started with

Two bottles of beer

Gulf breeze, Mississippi moon, a billion stars above

Half a mile down the beach, from that little tiki hut

Stopped in our tracks when we found out that

We both went to school at UT

Only catch was, she was from Texas, I was from Tennessee

[Repeat Chorus]

By the time the tide had rolled in and rolled out

We were bridgin’ the gaps between two college towns

[Repeat Chorus]

Lonestar O Holy Night

O holy night, the stars are brightly shining

It is the night of our dear Savior’s birth.

Long lay the world in sin and error pining,

Till he appeared and the soul felt its worth.

The thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices,

For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn.

Fall on your knees,

Oh, hear the angel voices

O night divine,

O night when Christ was born

O night divine,

O night, O night divine,

The thrill of hope, the weary world rejoices,

For yonder breaks a new and glorious morn.

Fall on your knees,

Oh, hear the angel voices

O night divine,

O night when Christ was born

O night divine,

O night, O night divine,

O holy night

Lonestar I’ll Die Tryin’

You’ve been livin’ way to long in broken promiseland

Your dreams crushed and scattered like a million grains of sand

I’d love to be your redemption but I am just a man

And I may never be a hero

But I’m a rock you can lean on

If I don’t love you like you deserve

If I don’t stop every tear you’re cryin’

If I don’t make your life a heaven on this earth

I’ll die tryin’ I’ll die tryin’

I’ll listen to your secret prayer and share your deepest wish

Search for a hundred years just to find the perfect kiss

Of everything within’ my power there’s nothin’ I won’t give

To be that part of you and your life

That takes what’s wrong and makes it right

[Repeat Chorus]

I may never be a hero

But I’m a rock you can lean on

I wanna be that part of you and your life

That takes what’s wrong and makes it right

[Repeat Chorus]

I’ll die tryin’

I’ll die tryin’

I’ll die tryin’

Don’t just call it quits say there’s no chance for you out there

I know you’re at a crossroads where love doesn’t seem to be fair

He made no effort to satisfy all your hopes and dreams

But if you’ll give love another shot and look to me

I’ll die trying

Hold on to me show me your needs

I’ll fly higher

Give what I can give as sure as I live

I’ll die tying

Lonestar Somebody’s Someone

Turn to the six o’clock news, another soldier dies

Tried to hide it but I couldn’t help it, I had to cry

When my little boy asked me daddy was he your friend

I said no, I didn’t even know him

But he was somebody’s someone, a neighbor, a husband

A brother, a father, and a mother’s only son

He was an uncle, a cousin, somebody’s best friend

And I’m sure at times a shoulder to lean on

He was somebody’s someone

So I sat there in that chair and helped him understand

How this brave young man gave his life for our land

And although he’s someone we’ll never know

To you and me he is a hero

He was somebody’s someone, a neighbor, a husband

A brother, a father, and a mother’s only son

He was an uncle, a cousin, somebody’s best friend

And I’m sure at times a shoulder to lean on

He was somebody’s someone

To the world he was a total stranger

Who kept us safe and out of danger

But now he’s just a picture on TV

Somebody’s memory

He was somebody’s someone, a neighbor, a husband

A brother, a father, and a mother’s only son

He was an uncle, a cousin, somebody’s best friend

And I’m sure at times a shoulder to lean on

He was somebody’s someone

He was somebody’s someone