Montgomery Gentry Lyrics

Genre: Country

Montgomery Gentry Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Hell Yeah
2 If You Ever Stop Loving Me
3 My Town
4 Something to Be Proud Of
5 Lonely and Gone
6 Ramblin' Man
7 You Do Your Thing
8 One In Every Crowd
9 Daddy Won't Sell the Farm
10 Tattoos & Scars
11 She Couldn't Change Me
12 Lucky Man
13 The Fine Line
14 Roll
15 Cold One Comin' On
16 I Got Drunk
17 Self Made Man
18 Cowboy on a steel horse
19 Roll With Me
20 The Big Revival
21 Didn't Your Mama Tell Ya
22 Long Line Of Losers
23 All Night Long
24 Wanted Dead Or Alive - Montgomery Gentry
25 What Do Ya Think About That
26 Hellbent On Saving Me
27 Carrying On
28 Didn't I?
29 Good Ol' Boys (Dukes of Hazzard Theme Song)
30 Black Jack Fletcher and Mississippi Sam
31 Look Some More
32 In a Small Town
33 Where I Come From
34 Lucky to Be Here
35 If You Wanna Keep an Angel
36 Back on a Dirt Road
37 So Called Life
38 Tried and True
39 One Trip
40 Free Ride in the Fast Lane
41 Two Old Friends
42 If a Broken Heart Could Kill
43 Damn Right I Am
44 Gone
45 I Ain't Got It All That Bad
46 Folks Like Us
47 I've Loved a Lot More Than I've Hurt
48 Ain't No Law Against That
49 Break My Heart Again
50 She Loved Me
51 If It's The Last Thing I Do
52 Pain
53 Damn Baby
54 Scarecrow
55 Merry Christmas From The Family
56 Twenty Years Ago
57 Hillbilly Hippies
58 Trouble Is
59 Empty
60 Bad For Good
61 Tattoos and Scars
62 I Never Thought I'd Live This Long
63 Better for It
64 I Like Those People
65 Speed
66 She Don't Tell Me To
67 Cold One's Coming On
68 Redder Than That
69 That’s Just Living
70 Rebels on the Run
71 Some People Change
72 Talking to My Angel
73 Oughta Be More Songs About That
74 My Father's Son
75 Simple Things
76 Lonesome
77 It's All Good
78 All I Know About Mexico
79 I'll Keep the Kids
80 Missing You
81 Why Do I Feel Like Running
82 Now You're Talking
83 Now You're Talkin'
84 Too Hard to Handle...Too Free to Hold
85 Work Hard, Play Harder
86 Free Fall
87 Just Got Paid
88 While You're Still Young
89 Gone (Radio Edit)
90 While the World Goes down the Drain
91 Git-R-Done
92 Lie Before You Leave
93 Back When I Knew It All
94 Ain't About Easy
95 One Of Those Days
96 So Called Life ("Kicks My Ass" version)
97 Headlights
98 For the Money
99 God Knows Who I Am
100 Takes All Kinds
101 Clouds
102 Hillbilly Shoes
103 So Called Life ("Breaks My Back" version)
104 Good Clean Fun
105 I Pick My Parties
106 Your Tears Are Comin'
107 Hey Country
108 Trying to Survive
109 What It Takes
110 It Ain't About Easy
111 A Man's Job
112 We Were Here
113 Lonely & Gone

Montgomery Gentry Bio

Montgomery Gentry is an American country music duo composed of Eddie Montgomery (brother of country singer John Michael Montgomery) and Troy Gentry. Both brothers and Gentry were originally members of a country band which had local success in clubs throughout the state of Kentucky. After John Michael left for a solo career, Eddie and Troy Gentry began performing as a duo. Both members of the duo alternate as lead vocalists.

Signed in 1999 to Columbia Records, the duo released its platinum-certified debut album Tattoos & Scars that year. They have since recorded five more studio albums: Carrying On (2001), My Town (2002), You Do Your Thing (2004), Some People Change (2006), and Back When I Knew It All (2008) as well as a Greatest Hits package. These albums have produced more than twenty chart singles for the duo on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including the Number One hits "If You Ever Stop Loving Me", "Something to Be Proud Of", "Lucky Man", "Back When I Knew It All" and "Roll with Me" as well as ten more Top Ten hits.

Eddie Montgomery and his brother John Michael lived in Garrard County, Kentucky. Before the duo's formation, Eddie and Troy sang together with John Michael in a band called Early Tymz. In the early 1990s, John Michael left the group and started a solo career. Eddie and Troy, the remaining members of the group, then went through several name changes before they decided to call themselves Montgomery Gentry. In 1994, Gentry won the Jim Beam National Talent Contest and he began to open for acts such as Patty Loveless and Tracy Byrd.

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