Category: RODNEY ATKINS

The Man I Am Today – Rodney Atkins

I woke up one morning and my mama was gone I tried to talk to my father he told me not to bother him he said boy being a man means being strong Now leave me alone So you say you wanna see behind the curtain you wanna know why I don’t show it when […]

Cleaning This Gun (Come On In Boy) – Rodney Atkins

The declaration of independence Think I can tell you that first sentence But then I’m lost I can’t begin to count the theories I had pounded in my head that I forgot I don’t remember all that spanish Or the gettysburg address But there is one speech from high school I’ll never forgot Chorus: Come […]

In The Middle – Rodney Atkins

Old gray fence, tarchip road Martin’s creek, almost home Whitetail buck by a one lane bridge Around the bend up on the ridge There’s Thompson’s barn leaning just a little Miss Myra’s store, smell the barbecue Make you stop for gas when you don’t need to At least 20 miles to the nearest town Hills […]

I Will Come To You – Rodney Atkins

but just like the rainfall it’s coming down And something says I shouldn’t try to stop Even though I want to I just don’t know how I guess the price of your plans is worth cashing in All our yesterdays but baby someday I will come to you like the sweetest revelation Like the words […]