Erica Sunshine Lee

Erica Sunshine Lee

 Elberton, Georgia, USA
BandCountrySinger/Songwriter

2014 Georgia Country Female Artist of the Year.
"Country fried, honest and prolific down-home country songwriter, recounts real stories of heartbreak, heritage and humor." -South Central Media
"The hardest working woman in country music." -Lee Williams
Released her 6th album, tours the globe relentlessly, 300 shows per year, has 2 top 80 US singles, 3 top 10 Europe singles, and never stops writing, playing and working.

Biography

2014 Georgia Female Country Artist of the Year: 

Erica Sunshine Lee just released her 6th original album and literally tours the globe performing 300 shows per year; it's no wonder she's called "The Hardest Working Woman in Country Music."  Sunshine has opened for Jack Ingram, the Late Wayne Mills, David Allan Coe, David Nail, Drake White, Eric Lee Beddingfield and Brett Eldredge. Performed at the last two year's Key West Songwriter's Festival among 100 of the most esteemed songwriters, and has cuts by other artists Preston Summerville, Kirstie Lovelady, and Australia's new band of the year, The Viper Creek Band.  With her recent single "Georgia For This" hitting the top 80 US and 10 on the International charts, having her own music video, and gaining spins domestically and internationally on radio, her fans love the honesty and humor in her songs that convey her true southern pride and personality, down to earth, and raw. She is country and so is her music, and if you listen to her words, you will appreciate well crafted lyrics, poems, and catchy, infectious hooks that you won't easily get out of your head. Erica Sunshine Lee is keeping country music country by telling unique stories that anyone can relate to, laugh or cry with, and captivating you with her genuine southern voice.

Lyrics

GEORGIA FOR THIS

Written By: Erica Sunshine Lee & Joe Denim

Tofu and avocados don't make a meal,
And six dollar lattes that ain't a deal.
Spent a hundred bucks on a pair of yoga pants
From Lululemon, that don't make sense.

Sittin' in 5 hour traffic sure ain't fun,
I swear somewhere in this smog there's a California sun.

I oughtta be catfish fishin', eatin' fried chicken, frog giggin', tires a spinnin' in that Georgia clay, muddin' up my Chevrolet.
Lazy river floatin, pontoon boatin', drinkin' Cherry Coke and sittin' there jokin' with all the friends that I miss,
Oh I can't believe I traded Georgia for this!

Rent a room I found on Craigslist,
For a thousand bucks, this is all I get.
Neon dreams brought me to the west coast,
Made me realize what means the most.

Oh this fast-paced livin' life's too fast for me.
A red-eyed flight can take me right back to where I need to be.

I'd rather be catfish fishin', eatin' fried chicken, frog giggin', tires a spinnin' in that Georgia clay, muddin' up my Chevrolet.
Lazy river floatin, pontoon boatin', drinkin' Cherry Coke and sittin' there jokin' with all the friends that I miss,
Oh I can't believe I traded Georgia for this!

Mama called and I got all choked up,
So I booked the first flight out, I've had enough, and now I'm

Catfish fishin', eatin' fried chicken, frog giggin', tires a spinnin' in that Georgia clay, muddin' up my Chevrolet.
Lazy river floatin, pontoon boatin', drinkin' Cherry Coke and sittin' there jokin' with all the friends that I miss,
Oh I wouldn't trade anything for this,
Georgia I wouldn't trade anything for this.

CHUNKY DUNK

Written By: Erica Sunshine Lee

I'll grab the grill, you grab the beer,
We'll all meet up this afternoon out by the pier,
Cruise over to the river, tie up and anchor down,
Put a life jacket on ole' Billy, make sure he don't drown.

Thin may be in out on the west coast,
But down here we like a little something extra, so we can float,
Intertubes pontoons and a whole lotta booze,
We use real butter and we like to fry our food.

CHORUS
I don't know a country boy that don't like some curves,
A little cushion for the pushin' ain't never hurt.
We can go out to the lake and once we all get drunk,
If you can't skinny dip, chunky dunk!

I still like big butts and I cannot lie,
I think Sir Mixalot and me would get along just fine,
Ain't nothing wrong with a little more to love,
So if you've got it flaunt it even if it's more than enough.

CHORUS
I don't know a country boy that don't like some curves,
A little cushion for the pushin' ain't never hurt.
We can go out to the lake and once we all get drunk,
If you can't skinny dip, chunky dunk!

Shake your moneymaker, yeah that badonkadonk,
Don't be shy, if you've got junk in the trunk!

CHORUS
I don't know a country boy that don't like some curves,
A little cushion for the pushin' ain't never hurt.
We can go out to the lake and once we all get drunk,
If you can't skinny dip, chunky dunk!

CHUNKY DUNK

Written By: Erica Sunshine Lee

I'll grab the grill, you grab the beer,
We'll all meet up this afternoon out by the pier,
Cruise over to the river, tie up and anchor down,
Put a life jacket on ole' Billy, make sure he don't drown.

Thin may be in out on the west coast,
But down here we like a little something extra, so we can float,
Intertubes pontoons and a whole lotta booze,
We use real butter and we like to fry our food.

CHORUS
I don't know a country boy that don't like some curves,
A little cushion for the pushin' ain't never hurt.
We can go out to the lake and once we all get drunk,
If you can't skinny dip, chunky dunk!

I still like big butts and I cannot lie,
I think Sir Mixalot and me would get along just fine,
Ain't nothing wrong with a little more to love,
So if you've got it flaunt it even if it's more than enough.

CHORUS
I don't know a country boy that don't like some curves,
A little cushion for the pushin' ain't never hurt.
We can go out to the lake and once we all get drunk,
If you can't skinny dip, chunky dunk!

Shake your moneymaker, yeah that badonkadonk,
Don't be shy, if you've got junk in the trunk!

CHORUS
I don't know a country boy that don't like some curves,
A little cushion for the pushin' ain't never hurt.
We can go out to the lake and once we all get drunk,
If you can't skinny dip, chunky dunk!

GIRLS NIGHT OUT

Written By: Erica Sunshine Lee

Girls night out – Erica Sunshine Lee 7-7-13
A C D C D
Well it's Friday night 5 o'clock,
Been working all week now it's time to stop.
Meet up for some drinks at our local bar,
Then hit the town like we're a bunch of rockstars.

He said he'd call but my phone ain't ringing,
Had it up to here with men, so I'm thinkin’
Break out 6 inch heels for a change,
Let loose have a few, gonna take some names.

A
It's time for a girls night out,
C
Dressed in our best getting loud,
D
Turn every head walking through the door,
C D
Shaking our booties on the dance floor,
A
Getting all buzzed, getting all crazy,
C
In our high heels acting like ladies,
D
Can I get an amen, and another drink,
C
Lord knows it's been a long week,
D
Leave my problems at the house,
G D A
Oh it's time, it's time for a girls night out.

No drama, kids or boys allowed,
We are the party, we bring the crowd,
Going big cause we ain’t going home,
Til the bar closes or until dawn.

CHORUS

A break from reality,
An escape is what I need,
I’m ready, so ready…

Discography

4th Album: "I'm Still Me" featuring her new European hit and featured all over Georgia Radio "Drinking and Driving Me Crazy". The crowd favorite "Ho In Rio", wedding song featured at many couples first dances in 2012-2013 "You Make Me Wanna Believe", the title track heartbreaker "I'm Still Me", and the intimate truths in "I'm Just Your Woman."

3rd Album: The Walk of Shame: Featuring her self titled hit "The Walk of Shame", her top 10 single in Europe "What it takes to be a country man", also featured on Atlanta Radio "I Suppose", and "Check Please" an international favorite as well, and the dancy sassy "Braggin' You Do"

2nd Album: Road to Recovery, featuring her radio singles "You Won't Get to Me," "Not Hard to Replace", and "Pressing Rewind.
1st album: "Struggle Street"