10 years after that final lap of the Daytona 500 in 2001,
Blake Shelton wrote the lyrics,
“How to act like you’re listening to her about her day
When she’s talking and she’s blocking the game
How to shut your mouth when it’s that time of the month
Knowing when she’s mad and when she’s really just drunk”
Same year the F5 took out the wood factory.
But Dolly Parton and an answer to that back in ‘92,
“Get down off the cross honey, somebody needs the wood.”
A few years before I marched in the same parade as Loretta Lynn.
I made most of my work from your trash and it reminds me of home.