Jason Aldean Lyrics

Genre: Country

Jason Aldean Lyrics - by Popularity

1 My Kinda Party
2 Tattoos On This Town
3 My Memory Wain't What It Used to Be
4 Heartache That Don't Stop Hurting
5 Big Green Tractor (Live)
6 Church Pew Or Barstool
7 This Nothin’ Town
8 They Don't Know
9 Take a Little Ride
10 Back In This Cigarette
11 When She Says Baby
12 She's Country
13 Tattoo's On The Town
14 Hicktown (Radio Edit)
15 One We Won't Forget
16 Fly Over States (PO clean edit)
17 Grown Woman
18 Feel That Again
19 The Best of Me
20 If She Could See Me Now
21 Show You Off
22 Whiskey'd Up
23 Fast
24 I Break Everything I Touch
25 Talk
26 Back in the Cigarette
27 She's Country (Club Mix)
28 Johnny Cash (Live)
29 Don't Change Gone
30 In Case You Don't Remember
31 My Memory Ain't What It Used to Be
32 Not Every Man Lives
33 Night Train
34 Why
35 Burnin' It Down
36 Asphalt Cowboy (Live)
37 Miss That Girl
38 All Out of Beer
39 No
40 I Believe In Ghosts
41 1994
42 Heaven [feat. Bryan Adams]
43 Country Boy’s World
44 Crazy Town (Live)
45 Too Fast
46 Any Ol' Barstool
47 Good to Go
48 Even If I Wanted To
49 Staring at the Sun
50 Pretty Cowboy Lady
51 The Heartache That Don’t Stop Hurting
52 If She Could See Me Not
53 Old Boots, New Dirt
54 The Way a Night Should Feel
55 She Loved Me
56 She's Country (single)
57 Drink One for Me
58 Days Like These
59 I Ain’t Ready to Quit
60 Dirt Road Anthem (Remix)
61 I Took It With Me
62 Reason to Love L.A.
63 Do You Wish It Was Me
64 Crazy Town
65 Black Tears
66 Dirt Road Anthem
67 It Ain’t Easy
68 Take a Little Ride (Single)
69 Two Night Town
70 When the Lights Go Out
71 I Use What I Got
72 Amarillo Sky
73 Walking Away
74 Don't You Wanna Stay
75 Don't Give Up On Me
76 The Only Way I Know
77 Laid Back
78 A Little More Summertime
79 Who's Kissing You Tonight
80 Johnny Cash
81 Water Tower
82 Fly Over States
83 I Ain't Ready to Quit
84 Too Much You for Me
85 If My Truck Could Talk
86 Lights Come On
87 You're the Love I Wanna Be In
88 Asphalt Cowboy
89 On My Highway
90 Why (Live)
91 The Heartache That Don't Stop Hurting
92 Country Boy's World
93 Fast Lanes
94 Tonight Looks Good on You
95 Too Fast - Commentary
96 I'm Just a Man
97 The Truth
98 Relentless
99 Ain't No Easy Way
100 The Only Way I Know (with Luke Bryan and Eric Church)
101 Just Passing Through
102 I Don’t Do Lonely Well
103 This Plane Don't Go There
104 Going Where the Lonely Go
105 I Took It with Me - Commentary
106 Love Was Easy
107 Big Green Tractor
108 Tryin' to Love Me
109 She’s Country
110 My Kinda Party (Single)
111 It Ain't Easy
112 Comin' In Hot
113 Are the Good Times Really Over
114 The Only Way I Know (with Luke Bryan & Eric Church)
115 Laughed Until We Cried
116 Hicktown
117 Sweet Little Somethin'
118 Lonesome USA
119 See You When I See You
120 I Don't Do Lonely Well
121 First Time Again (with Kelsea Ballerini)
122 Just Gettin’ Started
123 Don't You Wanna Stay (with Kelly Clarkson)
124 Wide Open
125 Keep the Girl
126 Amarillo Sky (Live)
127 Hicktown (Live)
128 Texas Was You
129 Wheels Rollin’
130 Bad
131 Gonna Know We Were Here
132 Tennessee River
133 This I Gotta See

Jason Aldean Albums

Jason Aldean Bio

Jason Aldine Williams (born February 28, 1977 in Macon, Georgia) is an American country music singer, known professionally as Jason Aldean. He has recorded two albums on the independent Broken Bow Records label: 2005's Jason Aldean and 2007's Relentless, which have been certified platinum and gold, respectively, by the RIAA. These two albums have produced six singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the Number One hit "Why" in mid-2006. A seventh single, "She's Country", was released in November 2008 as the first single to his third album Wide Open.

Aldean's parents, Barry and Debbie, divorced when he was three. He was raised by his mother, mainly in Macon, Georgia. During the summer he would spend time with his father in Homestead, Florida.

Before going to work during the day, his dad would map out guitar chords on notebook paper to show Jason where to place his fingers to play the chords. Jason sat and practiced all day while his dad was at work. When his dad got home, he got out his own guitar and they played together. Soon, after hearing a song only a few times, he could play it. His early favorites included George Strait's "The Cowboy Rides Away", Hank Williams Jr.'s "The Blues Man", and Alabama's "My Home's in Alabama".

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