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Brad Paisley Lyrics

Genre: Country

Brad Paisley Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Then
2 Ticks
3 Alcohol
4 Find Yourself
5 This Is Country Music
6 Letter To Me
7 Everybody's Here
8 PreCluster Cluster Pluck Prequel
9 Old Alabama
10 What A Friend We Have In Jesus
11 The World
12 No
13 Waitin' On A Woman
14 Rainin' You
15 You Do The Math
16 I'm Still A Guy
17 Some Mistakes
18 Departure
19 Somebody Knows You Now
20 More Than Just This Song
21 You Need A Man Around Here
22 With You, Without You
23 Who Needs Pictures
24 Playing With Fire
25 Out In The Parkin' Lot
26 Cliffs Of Rock City
27 Spaghetti Western Swing
28 Holdin' on to You
29 Too Country
30 The Best Thing That I Had Goin'
31 Little Moments
32 She Said Yes
33 Catch All The Fish
34 Sharp Dressed Man
35 Come On In
36 Mud On The Tires
37 Sleepin' on the Foldout
38 Is It Raining At Your House
39 The Uncloudy Day
40 That's Love
41 Water
42 We Danced
43 Famous People
44 Easy Money
45 American Saturday Night
46 Throttleneck
47 Come On Over Tonight
48 She's Everything
49 Don't Breathe
50 Time Well Wasted
51 All I Wanted Was A Car
52 Start A Band
53 Welcome To The Future
54 Time Warp
55 It Never Woulda Worked Out Anyway
56 Anything Like Me
57 New Again
58 Online
59 The Cigar Song
60 If Love Was A Plane
61 Oh Love
62 Ain't Nothin' Like
63 Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy
64 Previously
65 Silver Bells
66 When I Get Where I'm Going
67 When We All Get To Heaven
68 Wrapped Around
69 364 Days To Go
70 The Pants
71 Cloud Of Dust
72 Hold Me In Your Arms (And Let Me Fall)
73 You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive
74 I Hope That's Me
75 He Didn't Have to Be
76 Huckleberry Jam
77 Ode De Toilet (The Toilet Song)
78 Another You
79 Don't Laugh At Me
80 Kim
81 I've Been Better
82 Whiskey Lullaby
83 It Did
84 Long Sermon
85 Away In A Manger
86 Mr. Policeman
87 Me Neither
88 Love Is Never-Ending
89 A Man Don't Have To Die
90 Oh Yeah, You're Gone
91 Back To The Future
92 Penguin, James Penguin
93 Kentucky Jelly
94 Welcome To The Future (Reprise)
95 The Nervous Breakdown
96 Better Than This
97 Flowers
98 Les Is More
99 Kung Pao
100 Cluster Pluck
101 Celebrity
102 Two Feet Of Topsoil
103 Bigger Fish To Fry
104 I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song)
105 Part Two
106 Behind The Clouds
107 I Still Love The Night Life
108 Two People Fell In Love
109 Born On Christmas Day
110 Winter Wonderland
111 Chicken Chet
112 Cornography
113 I Wish You'd Stay
114 I'll Be Home For Christmas
115 All You Really Need Is Love
116 Make A Mistake With Me
117 Turf's Up
118 She's Her Own Woman
119 Keep On the Sunny Side
120 In the Garden
121 Make A Mistake
122 You Have That Effect On Me
123 Pressing On A Bruise
124 Only Way She’ll Stay
125 I'll Take You Back
126 I Can't Change The World
127 She Never Really Got Over Him
128 Farther Along
129 Shatner Says Goodbye
130 ? ?
131 The Old Rugged Cross
132 Outtake 1
133 Karate
134 Life's Railway To Heaven
135 I Do Now
136 Outtake 2
137 Death of a Married Man
138 Don't Drink The Water
139 Outtake 3
140 Harvey Bodine
141 Munster Rag
142 New Favorite Memory
143 Outtake 4
144 Tin Can On A String
145 Eastwood
146 Kung Pao Buckaroo Holiday
147 Death Of A Single Man
148 Be The Lake
149 Jingle Bells
150 The Mona Lisa
151 Toothbrush
152 Nobody's Fool
153 Accidental Racist
154 One Of Those Lives
155 Runaway Train
156 Love Her Like She's Leavin'
157 Let The Good Time Roll
158 Those Crazy Christians
159 Working On A Tan
160 Southern Comfort Zone
161 Officially Alive
162 Remind Me
163 Bon Voyage
164 Yankee Doodle Dixie
165 Camouflage
166 Beat This Summer
167 Facebook Friend
168 Outstanding In Our Field
169 Get Even
170 Silent Night

Brad Paisley Bio

Brad Douglas Paisley (born October 28, 1972) is a Grammy Award-winning American country music singer-songwriter and guitarist. Starting with the release of his 1999 album Who Needs Pictures, Paisley has recorded five studio albums and a Christmas compilation on the Arista Nashville label, with all of his albums certified gold or higher by the RIAA. In addition, he has charted twenty-two singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, thirteen of which have reached Number One. His style crosses between traditional country and pop-rock, and his songs are frequently laced with humor and pop culture references.

Paisley has stated that his love of country music stems from his maternal grandfather, Warren Jarvis, who gave Paisley his first guitar at eight years old and taught him how to play. At age twelve Paisley wrote his first song, and by age thirteen, he was an opening act for country singers such as The Judds, Ricky Skaggs, and George Jones at the Capital Music Hall in Wheeling, West Virginia.

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