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Drive-By Truckers Lyrics

Genre: Country

Drive-By Truckers Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Go-Go Boots
2 Zip City
3 You And Your Crystal Meth
4 Marry Me
5 Self Destructive Zones
6 The Opening Act
7 The Righteous Path
8 Mrs. Claus' Kimono
9 Puttin' People On the Moon
10 Daddy Needs A Drink
11 Home Field Advantage
12 Do It Yourself
13 I'm Sorry Huston
14 (Somebody's Got To) Give Pretty Soon
15 Sounds Better in the Song
16 Rebels
17 The Monument Valley
18 Two Daughters And A Beautiful Wife
19 Goddamn Lonely Love
20 A Ghost To Most
21 Bob
22 Play It All Night Long
23 (It's Gonna Be)/I Told You So
24 Wallace
25 Dancin' Ricky
26 Wednesday
27 This Fucking Job
28 The Part of Him
29 Your Daddy Hates Me
30 The Weakest Man
31 Guitar Man Upstairs
32 Space City
33 The Southern Thing
34 Like A Rolling Stone
35 The Company I Keep
36 Get Downtown
37 Hearing Jimmy Loud
38 Margo and Harold
39 Used To Be A Cop
40 Goode's Field Road
41 Greenville to Baton Rouge
42 The Living Bubba
43 Shut Up and Get on the Plane
44 Hell No, I Ain't Happy
45 14-Feb
46 After The Scene Dies
47 Til He's Dead or Rising
48 Life in the Factory
49 The Fireplace Poker
50 One of These Days
51 Sandwiches for the Road
52 Daddy's Little Pumpkin
53 I Do Believe
54 Primer Coat
55 Angels and Fuselage
56 Where's Eddie
57 Box of Spiders
58 18 Wheels of Love
59 Wife Beater
60 Decoration Day
61 Moved
62 Santa Fe
63 Pauline Hawkins
64 Dead, Drunk, and Naked
65 The Thanksgiving Filter
66 Lisa's Birthday
67 Love Like This
68 Let There Be Rock
69 Why Henry Drinks
70 When the Pin Hits the Shell
71 Cassie's Brother
72 The Flying Wallendas
73 Made Up English Oceans
74 Cottonseed
75 Pulaski
76 Perfect Timing
77 Days of Graduation
78 The Tough Sell
79 Loaded Gun in the Closet
80 Mrs. Dubose
81 Eyes Like Glue
82 Shit Shots Count
83 Mercy Buckets
84 Late for Church
85 George Jones Talkin' Cell Phone Blues
86 Steve McQueen
87 The Day John Henry Died
88 Everybody Needs Love
89 When He's Gone
90 Sink Hole
91 Three Dimes Down
92 Than Man I Shot
93 The Home Front
94 Panties In Your Purse
95 Women Without Whiskey
96 Where the Devil Don't Stay
97 Goodbye
98 The Buford Stick
99 Natural Light (Alternative First Take Recording)
100 Birmingham
101 Aftermath USA
102 Opening Act
103 Outfit
104 Uncle Frank
105 Ronnie and Neil
106 Danko / Manuel
107 Uncle Frank (Alternate Version)
108 Tornadoes
109 Dragon Pants
110 Carl Perkins' Cadillac
111 Little Bonnie
112 The Man I Shot
113 Bulldozers and Dirt
114 Cartoon Gold
115 Too Much Sex (Too Little Jesus)
116 Daddy Learned To Fly
117 Gravity's Gone (Remix)
118 The Sands of Iwo Jima
119 Grandpa Rock City
120 Daddy's Cup
121 Nine Bullets
122 Monument Valley
123 The Purgatory Line
124 Demonic Possession
125 Ray's Automatic Weapon
126 72 (This Highway's Mean)
127 The Fourth Night Of My Drinking
128 Grand Canyon
129 The Boys From Alabama
130 Trying to Be The Boss
131 Buttholeville
132 Zoloft
133 Purgatory Line
134 Goode's Field Road (Alternate Version)
135 Never Gonna Change
136 Mama Bake A Pie (Daddy Kill A Chicken)
137 Road Cases
138 Birthday Boy
139 When Walter Went Crazy
140 Lookout Mountain
141 Rock Solid
142 Daylight
143 3 Dimes Down
144 Little Pony & The Great Big Horse
145 Check Out Time In Vegas
146 When The Well Runs Dry
147 Plastic Flowers On The Highway
148 Drag The Lake Charlie
149 First Air of Autumn
150 My Sweet Annette
151 Gravity's Gone
152 A World Of Hurt
153 The Night G.G. Allin Came To Town
154 The Wig He Made Her Wear
155 Hanging On
156 Easy On Yourself
157 The Deeper In
158 A Blessing And A Curse
159 Heathens
160 The Three Great Alabama Icons
161 The President's Penis Is Missing
162 You Got Another
163 Natural Light
164 Careless
165 Assholes

Drive-By Truckers Bio

Drive-By Truckers are an alternative country/Southern rock band based in Athens, Georgia, though two out of five current members (Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley) are originally from The Shoals region of Northern Alabama, and the band strongly identifies with Alabama. Their music uses three guitars as well as bass, drums, and now keyboards. Like many alternative country acts, the Drive-By Truckers record in analog (using 2 inch, 16-track open reel tape recorders). However, unlike the majority of their contemporaries, the Drive-By Truckers have consistently pushed their labels to also release the band's records in a vinyl format.

Drive-By Truckers was co-founded by Patterson Hood (son of bassist David Hood of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section) and longtime friend, former room-mate, and musical partner Mike Cooley in Athens, Georgia, in 1996.

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

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