Aaron Tippin Lyrics

Genre: Country

Aaron Tippin Lyrics - by Popularity

1 She Made A Man Out Of A Mountain Of Stone
2 I Got It Honest
3 Working Man's Ph.D.
4 I Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way
5 How's the Radio Know
6 You've Got to Stand for Something
7 What This Country Needs
8 She Feels Like a Brand New Man Tonight
9 You've Always Got Me
10 These Sweet Dreams
11 I've Got A Good Memory
12 Country Boy's Tool Box
13 My Kind Of Town
14 Without Your Love
15 Mission From Hank
16 Every Now and Then (I Wish Then Was Now)
17 For You I Will
18 I Was Born With a Broken Heart
19 You're The Only Reason For Me
20 Away In A Manger
21 I'd Be Afraid of Losing You
22 If I Had To Do It Over
23 The Ballad Of Danger Dave And Double Trouble
24 Long White Line
25 Whole Lotta Love On the Line
26 The White Knight
27 Her
28 Ain't That a Hell of a Note
29 He Said That He Was Jesus
30 This Old Couch
31 There Ain't Nothin' Wrong With the Radio
32 And I Love You
33 Ready to Rock
34 A Real Nice Problem To Have
35 Come Friday
36 Love Like There's No Tomorrow
37 Let's Talk About You
38 I Didn't Come This Far (Just to Walk Away)
39 Bayou Baby
40 Honky Tonk If You Love Country
41 Trim Yourself To Fit The World
42 East Bound And Down
43 Blue Christmas
44 Don't Stop (We're Just Gettin' Started)
45 That's As Close As I'll Get to Loving You
46 The Best Love We Ever Made
47 Girl On The Billboard
48 Everything I Own
49 The Sound Of Your Goodbye (Sticks And Stones)
50 It's Way Too Close To Christmas To Be This
51 Nothing Compares To Loving You
52 The Call of the Wild
53 Movin' On
54 I'll Take Love Over Money
55 Nothin' In The World
56 The Door
57 Nothing In The World
58 People Like Us
59 The Man That Came Between Us (Was Me)
60 A December To Remember
61 Roll On
62 I Wonder How Far It Is Over You
63 Read Between The Lines
64 Six Days On The Road
65 You Are the Woman
66 Always Was
67 Drivin' Fool
68 Honky-Tonk Superman
69 The Night Shift
70 Run Rudolph Run
71 You Gotta Start Somewhere
72 Drill Here, Drill Now
73 Jingle Bell Rock
74 I Can Help
75 At the End of the Day
76 Kiss This
77 The Sky's Got the Blues
78 Could Not Stop Myself
79 She Made A Memory Out Of Me
80 Prisoner Of The Highway
81 If Her Lovin' Don't Kill Me
82 Back When I Knew Everything
83 That'S As Close As I'Ll Get To Lovin' You
84 We Can't Get Any Higher Than This
85 Lookin' Back At Myself
86 She's Got A Way (Of Makin' Me Forget)
87 The Year That Santa Never Came
88 There Ain't Nothing Wrong With The Radio
89 My Blue Angle
90 Lost
91 Silent Night
92 This Heart
93 When Country Took The Thrown
94 Big Boy Toys
95 Love Me Back
96 Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly
97 Lovin' Me Into An Early Grave
98 Somewhere Under The Rainbow
99 Would You Lay With Me (In A Field Of Stone)
100 I Miss Misbehavin'
101 He Believed
102 Mama's Gettin' Ready For Christmas
103 Standin' On The Promises
104 Twenty-Nine and Holding
105 Truck Drivin' Man
106 Christmas Is The Warmest Time Of The Year
107 Working Man's PhD
108 I'm Leaving
109 Cold Gray Kentucky Morning
110 Many, Many, Many Beers Ago
111 Sweetwater
112 Up Against You
113 Drivin' My Life Away
114 A Door
115 In My Wildest Dreams
116 Five Gallon Tear
117 Ten Pound Hammer
118 Chicken Truck
119 I Believed
120 I Promised You The World
121 My Blue Angel
122 When Country Took the Throne
123 Workin' Man's Ph.D.
124 It's A Good Thing Santa Ain't Single

Aaron Tippin Bio

Aaron Dupree Tippin (born July 3, 1958 in Pensacola, Florida) is an American country music artist and record producer. Initially a songwriter for Acuff-Rose Music, he gained a recording contract with RCA Records in 1990. His debut single, "You've Got to Stand for Something" became a popular anthem for American soldiers fighting in the Gulf War and helped to establish him as a neotraditionalist country act with songs that catered primarily to the American working class. Under RCA's tenure, he recorded five studio albums and a Greatest Hits package. By the later half of the 1990s, however, his sales and chart performance began to decline, and he was dropped from the label's roster.

Tippin switched to Lyric Street Records in 1998, where he recorded four more studio albums, counting a compilation of Christmas music. In the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks, he released the patriotic anthem "Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly"; although it was his most successful crossover single, he saw his popularity decline a second time after its release. After parting ways with Lyric Street in 2006, he founded a personal label known as Nippit Records, on which he issued the compilation album Now & Then. A concept album, In Overdrive, was released in 2009.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Tippin